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现在的经济形势使得求职成为越来越多的就业者需要具备的一项重要技巧。但即使是在经济形势好的时候,要懂得如何使自己在人才市场上变得更有吸引力也需要付出代价。
  
  现在的就业趋势表明每个人一生至少要跳7次槽。这种现实让你有机会实现自己多个梦想。我们不再只能选择一条道路。相反,我们可以描画出一幅更加宏伟的蓝图,并且相信我们将来会有机会走上其他的道路。
  
  让自己变得更有吸引力当然能让你对于跳槽准备更加充分。下面是增强求职技巧和提高吸引力的十条法则:
  
  1.想象
  
  抽出一些时间来思考你正处在人生的什么阶段,并且你的目标是什么。你快乐吗?你的工作哪些地方让你振奋,而又有哪些地方让你失望?5年之后你想取得怎样的成就?10年以后呢?给自己梦想的权利。
  
  2. 制作清单
  
  你现在正在从事哪些活动?不管是工作时间还是业余时间。这些活动要求哪些方面的技能?你认为自己的技能怎么样?哪些需要改进和提高?你如何才能提高它们呢?你喜欢运用那些技能?而又有哪些技能你能够有机会更多地运用呢?
  
  3. 更新你的简历
  
  有规律的更新自己的简历。到当地的就业中心咨询,或者浏览新的简历书籍能够让你的简历看起来焕然一新。或许你也想让自己的简历能够突出自己不同的技能。比如说,你可以有一份简历专门针对管理职位,还有另一份简历针对广告业的工作职位。同样,手头上要始终保留几份纸质的简历,这样你就能随时把它们提交给有用的人。
  
  4. 参加培训
  
  充分利用公司提供的培训机会。要敢于参加那些并不完全是针对你的工作的培训项目。比如说,你的工作要求计算机技能。在参加计算机相关的培训之外,考虑参加领导技能的培训。如果你的公司不提供培训,考虑在当地的大学里参加培训课程。
  
  5. 交叉性训练
  
  通过变换你的工作职责来让你现在的工作变得更有乐趣,同时增强自己的职业技能。不断磨练那些与其他职位、公司甚至职业领域相关的过渡性技能。总是能够自觉地把握住学习其他技能的机会。
  
  6. 参加协会
  
  参加协会是扩展人脉网络和改进技能的一个好办法。参加不同的协会。成为某个协会的领导者。选择参加一个能够给你在才智,激情和技能等各个方面带来挑战的协会。换句话说,做出一个能让你进步和成长的决定。
  
  7. 做些不同寻常的事情
  
  从事同样的工作已经很多年了吗?也许现在是该有所改变的时候了。试着做你一直想做,但是由于各种原因却一直没能做的事情。这样你可以更加了解自己,提高技能,跟更多的人打交道并且又一次感到活力四射。
  
  8. 结识新朋友,不忘老朋友
  
  人脉关系是人们获得面试机会主要的途径。把每一次机会都当作是认识新朋友的机会。你的目的不是要明确“这个人能为我做什么”,而是发现你和他能够互相提供给对方什么。通过工作、家人、社会组织和你所在的社区,与人们建立联系并保持联络。记住,你需要通过与对方保持联络,互寄卡片,分享有趣的文章以及其他一些能够表达“想念你”的活动来维持和他们的关系。
  
  9. 志愿者工作
  
  志愿者工作能够扩展你的人际网络,提高你的技能。同样它也是让你尝试职业抱负之外的事情的好机会。想象一下,哪次跳槽可能会让你离开公司,来到一群孩子的生活当中?试着在你当地的学校参加志愿者活动。这对于你的职业丝毫没有风险,只是一次获得成长,认识自我以及奉献社会的大好机会。
  
  10. 创建一份推销计划
  
  也许重要的建议就是创建一份推销计划。仔细地认真地审视一下自己。问自己这个很难的问题:“如果我是老板的话,我会雇佣我么?”制订一个增加自己吸引力的计划。哪些行动是你下个月就要做的?制订目标和时间表,然后马上开始吧!
  
  Osborn博士是位于坦帕的南佛罗里达州立大学的咨询教育学副教授及咨询教育学项目的咨询职业协调专家。

Ten Ways to Increase Your Marketability

The current economy has made job-hunting a vital skill set for increasing numbers of people. But even in the best of economic times, it pays to understand what you can do to make yourself more appealing in the marketplace.
  
Current career trends suggest that an individual will change careers at least 7 times during a lifetime. This reality presents the opportunity to fulfill several of our aspirations. No longer do we have to choose only one road. Instead, we can visualize a broader map, and believe that we will likely come across those other roads somewhere down the line.
  
Increasing marketability is a sure way of being more prepared for a career change. The following are ten strategies for sharpening skills and increasing marketability:
  
1. Visualize. Set aside some time to think about where you are in life, and where you want to be. Are you happy? What parts of your career excite you, and what frustrates you? Where do you want to be in five years? In ten? Give yourself permission to dream.
  
2. Take Inventory. What activities are you currently doing, both on the job and in your leisure time? What skills do they require? How would you rate your skills? Which ones need improving? How could you sharpen them? Which skills do you enjoy using, and which skills do you wish you used more often?
  
3. Update your resume. Regularly update your resume. Visiting a local career center or scanning current resume books can keep your resume looking polished. You also may want to have resumes that highlight different skills. For example, you might have one specifically for management positions, and another for advertising positions. Also, keep hard copies of your resume close at hand and give it out freely.
  
4. Attend Workshops. Take advantage of workshops offered by your employer. Dare to go to a training session that doesn't "exactly fit" your job. For example, if your job requires computer skills, in addition to computer-related workshops, consider attending a workshop on leadership. If your organization doesn't offer workshops, consider taking a course at a local community college.
  
5. Cross-train. Make your current job more interesting and enhance your skills at the same time by varying your job responsibilities. Continuously hone your skills that are transferable to other positions, corporations, and even career fields. Always be quick to volunteer for opportunities to learn different skills.
  
6. Join committees. Committees are a great way to network and to improve skills. Vary the committees on which you serve. Chair a committee. Choose to be on a committee that will challenge you intellectually, emotionally, skill-wise, etc. In other words, make a decision to grow.
  
7. Do something different. Been doing the same thing for years? Maybe now is the time for change. Try something you've always wanted to do, but for whatever reason, haven't yet. You'll learn more about yourself, enhance skills, make contacts, and feel alive again.
  
8. Make new contacts, strengthen the old. Networking is the primary way people get interviews. View every opportunity as a networking one. The goal isn't to determine, "What can this person do for me," but finding out what you and the other person have to offer each other. Form and maintain relationships at work, through your family, in social organizations, and in your community. Remember, you will need to nurture relationships through staying in touch with your contacts, sending cards, be alert to interesting articles, and other "thinking of you" activities.
  
9. Volunteer. Volunteering can expand your network and enhance skills. It's also an easy way to try out some of your career aspirations. Considering a career change that will take you out of the corporate world and into the lives of kids? Try volunteering at your local school. There's no career risk, just a chance to grow, learn about yourself and give back to your community.
  
10. Create a Marketability Plan. Perhaps the most important suggestion is to create a marketability plan. Take a good, hard look at yourself. Ask yourself the tough questions. "If I were an employer, would I hire me?" Make a plan to increase your marketability. Which of these activities could you commit to trying in the next month? Set a goal and a time-line, and get started!
  
Dr. Osborn is an Assistant Professor of counselor education and Career Counseling Track Coordinator for the Counselor Education Program at the University of South Florida in Tampa

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