Guest Post By Business Coach Glory Borgeson
Did you know that people in their 20's have a higher unemployment rate than the rest of the population at large? In the U.S, the Bureau of Labor's unemployment statistics state just that. When referring to the "general population," we mean people who are between the ages of 20 and 65, the unemployment rate we hear in the news relates to that entire group of people. (In fact, the actual unemployment rate is typically 1% to 2% higher than reported because many people either haven't reported yet or have gone beyond the 6 months that unemployment benefits are paid.)
The Bureau of Labor typically reports that 20 to 24 year olds' unemployment rate is 4% higher than the general population, and 25 to 29 year olds' unemployment rate is 2 1/2% higher than the general population. It stinks, yes, I know. If you are in your 20's, you need to work that much harder at getting the great job in your field. The competition is fierce.
I've figured out many of the things that folks in their 20s are doing to mess up their chances of getting a great job. (Some of you are getting the jobs -- entry level and just beyond that -- but many of you are not because there are certain things you haven't figured out yet!). I've developed a course to help you out with that -- to help you figure out what you need to do. There are many steps. Some can be done concurrently -- some you need to do in a certain order. But you have to do them all.
And I've put together a free video sample with one Job Search Secret. If you'd like to get that free video, click here: http://JobSearchSecretsTheyForgotToTellYou.com/
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