New videos in our Plunkett Research database

If you are involved in helping job seekers, then you will find these new Plunkett
ResearchOnline videos to be great tools. 
Jack Plunkett has created a three-part video series on his well known "7 Keys to
Employment Research."  This shows people in the job market, from recent grads
to experienced workers,how to use readily available tools to conduct their own
research on prospectiveemployers. One of his main ideas is that you can perform
much better in a job interview by using Plunkett Research material and other
resources to prepare beforehand. At the same time, knowing these 7 Keys can
help a job seeker target the best potential employers.
To use the videos, log into Plunkett Research Online
(www.plunkettresearchonline.com). From the top of the home page, go to
the Job Seeker Resources & Tools icon. Then click on the Video icon as shown
in the screen shots below circled in red.
Videos for Job Seekers
Videos for Job Seekers
 

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