There is a maxim that states, “Failing to prepare is preparing to fail,” and it is especially true..

There is a maxim that states, “Failing to prepare is preparing to fail,” and it is especially true when searching for a job. To prepare for an effective job search, complete the following:

Develop a professional career goals statement that is suitable for use on your resume. Explain the rationale underlying the development of this statement, and describe how you expect it will be perceived by prospective employers.

Prepare an in-depth analysis of how your skills, experiences, and education match the type of jobs for which you will be applying.

Identify at least 3 jobs for which you will be applying, and discuss what you will need to apply for these jobs. For instance, will the employers require each prospective applicant to fill out a job application prior to the interview, or do they only need to submit a resume and cover letter?

Research and analyze 3 different companies to which you are planning to apply for the types of jobs listed above. Discuss your findings, and assess how your skills, experience, and education would allow you to contribute to the attainment of each company’s mission.

Research and discuss best practices for resume and cover letter writing, and explain how you will incorporate these into your job search strategy.

Integrate research leveraging at least 4 different scholarly sources (e.g., research journals) from the AIU Online Library.

Using the career plan you created in your Unit 1 Submission Assignment and the preparation immediately above, create an evaluation (it can be a paper, a presentation, an executive summary, or so on) that delivers the following:

Prepare an in-depth analysis of how your skills, experiences, and education match the type of jobs for which you will be applying.

Using relevant job posting sites, identify 3 positions you would be interested in applying for.

Conduct research on the company you are going to apply to for each position.

For each jdge of the company.

UNIT 1 Career plan added as an attachment.

  Career Plan for Sharif Shadhin Long Term Goals An Actuary in a financial company. Short Term Goals Credit Analyst in a financial company. Experience to Date Bachelor’s Degree in Financial Management. 3 Months as a Data Manager, 7 months as an Account Manager. Bi lingual, Multitask, Microsoft Office expert. Experience Needed 3 months Internship in the Logistics department in a financial company. Master’s Degree in Financial Management or Logistics. Activities to perform to obtain needed Experience Networking, Attending hiring seminars, Internships. Course to take Logistics Management, Credit Analyst license examination course. Tracking Sheet Academic Quarter Activities Contacts 1st Quarter 3rd Year Applied for internships. John Jones, University career services. 2nd Quarter 3rd Year Internship at State Farm Insurance Samuel Cumming, State Farm Insurance HR manager. 3rd Quarter 3rd Year Took Statistical financial management course. Part time job at State-Farm insurance as a data manager. Kim Joselyn, Financial Manager, State Farm Insurance. 4th Quarter 3rd Year Took Logistics course. Continued Part time job as a data manager. Jon Singh, HR manager, London Financial International. 1st Quarter 4th Year Study Abroad Program, University of London. Samuel Lexington, HR Manager, British American Tobacco UK department. 2nd Quarter 4th Year Internship as account manager at British American Tobacco. Deacon Harvey, HR manager, British American Tobacco US department. 3rd Quarter 4th Year Continued Internship as account manager at British American Tobacco. Charlie Daniels, Credit Analyst, GEICO. 4th Quarter 4th Year Attended financial seminar in Atlanta. Finished Bachelor’s Degree. Derrick Wilson, HR Manager, GEICO.

 

 

 

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