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SelfRecruiter®: Job Search Management System

Updated: Jun 27

Remember, success in life, and while searching for your next career opportunity, can come from unlikely places.

From someone you meet at an event, while networking, from individuals that you may meet through your industry's associations and groups.

Friends and family are an important part of your network as well. Each person that you interact with may have small, valuable pieces of information that you can discover and act upon, and you can discover those pieces of value from just a simple conversation.

So be sure to be engaging and talking with people, not just sending emails and web 'submissions'.

Remember, you need to be working an entire range of Job Search activities in order to increase your chances of success in your Job Search.


A simple system that tracks your activities and helps remind you to take those next steps is essential to be sure that no stone is left unturned in your search for a new position.


Once you have decided to look for a New Job (or if it’s been decided for you), you need to Manager Your Job Search, just like any other project.

Be sure to do the self-assessments recommended, as a new Self- Recruiter®, when preparing your resume and other promotional materials in order to improve your odds of getting seen over the other candidates that you are competing against.

Managing Your Job Search is easier than you think, if you set proper goals and utilize a system to make your activities more effective.

Assuming that you have completed your Reality Check(s) (*pages 9 & 10 of the SelfRecruiter® book), Resume Renovation (*pages 21-29) and prepared your Best 25 Seconds (*page 46), you are likely ready to begin the process of networking, control and outreach that is part of an effective Job Search Plan.

Start setting Your Job Search Goals, Tracking them and Managing them today!

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Need more help & Advice? Reach out today–


John Crant

Author, Career Coach & Speaker on Job Search and Career Management

Featured Speaker for

The New York Public Library's JOB SEARCH CENTRAL


In the Media: As Seen As Featured in 

amNY, Time Out New York, The Wall Street Journal (and its, CRAIN'S New York BusinessForbes, CNNBBC, FOX News (on Social Media Marketing), AriseTV, New York PostThe Huffington PostEssence magazine, CareerBuilder and The Ladders

On the Radio: As Guest: WHCR 90.3 FM "The Voice of Harlem"


As an industry manager, executive recruiter, recruiting & sales trainer, event speaker, and as VP of a nationwide system of recruitment offices, I have seen most every aspect of the hiring process and this varied insight is what provides the clarity you will find in this book.

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