Every Job Seeker Needs A Friend Like Jas

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Every Job Seeker Needs A Friend Like JasEvery job seeker needs a friend like Jas.
            
She's the kind of person who reads dozens of newspapers every day, and scans through job boards in her spare time.
            
She has her ear to the ground -- and if a company in your town is hiring, she's usually the first to know.
            
Even better...

Jas knows *exactly* what kind of opportunities you're looking for.
            
So when something comes along and it's perfect for your professional background and career goals -- your dream job -- she passes them to you.
            
She's not looking to trade favors or put you in her pocket.
            
Jas just wants to help you succeed.
            
Wouldn't you like a friend like her?
            
Now, as you might have guessed, "Jas" isn't a real person -- "she" is actually our complimentary job alerts service ("J" "A" "S").
            
But everything else I told you about Jas is the truth.
            
It knows what kind of job opportunities interest you, because everytime it sends you an email with job alerts, it looks at which ones you clicked on in order to learn more about your preferences and career goals.
            
Over time, it builds a solid picture of what you want.
            
And it really does spend its entire day scanning through job boards, postings, etc. When a job is advertised, it's usually the first to know about it.
            
So Jas might not be a real person, but -- if you want to be one of the first to know about job opportunities in your area that match your goals -- it really is a great friend to have in your pocket, and it will serve you well.

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Alan Carniol

Alan is the creator of Interview Success Formula, a training program that has helped more than 40,000 job seekers to ace their interviews and land the jobs they deserve. Interviewers love asking curveball questions to weed out job seekers. But the truth is, most of these questions are asking about a few key areas. Learn more about how to outsmart tough interviewers by watching this video.