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Once he had clear goals, SalesLadder member Chris T. found his network a far more effective tool for achieving them.
When Jon B. Roberts decided to switch from medical-device sales to other industries, word of mouth and reputation no longer applied. He found himself 12 years overdue for a resume update.
Bryan Stinson's most productive job search tool was as simple as an Excel spreadsheet that listed everyone in his professional and personal network.
Strategy for networking with recruiters and focus on ideal job criteria helped this laid-off professional get hired.
Kitty Koenig put $100 into a ticket to a charity event and devoted time to a volunteer opportunity that followed. The SalesLadder member said the investment paid off many times over.
Colorado salesman Jonathan Stanley leveraged his military experience to land a sales position in a new industry.
Donald Wroble wasn’t ready to uproot his family from Atlanta. So he turned to TheLadders to find his third job through the site.