Such is the familiar opening for Dr Seuss' book written in 1960. How does that help those on the job search?one fishtwo fishred fishblue fish
This one hasa little star
This one has a little car.Say! What a lotof fish there are.
One of the demographic factors of this recession is how the downturn has affected folks of all ages (although there are age groups where they have been affected more so than any other).
From the US Dept of Labor JOLT Summary
Net Change in EmploymentWhat is JOLT? The Job Opening and Labor Turnover report. There is good new in the report:
Over the 12 months ending in January, hires totaled 48.4 million and separations totaled 52.4 million, yielding a net employment loss of 4.0 million.
What does this mean for those looking for a job?
There are really a whole lot of fish in the sea. The competition is tough but not impossible.
Dr Seuss closed "one fish two fish red fish blue fish" with:
Today is gone. Today was fun.Tomorrow is another one.Every day,from here to there,funny things are everywhere.
Be confident! Be yourself!
Network and have some fun meeting folks along the way.
Help them in whatever way you can.
One of them will help you.
One of them will be the fish you need to land your dream position.
Good luck! I hope this has been helpful for you.
Other entries in the Dr Seuss series can be found here :
1 - McElligot's Pool Dr Seuss was right!
define your niche, be consistent with personal branding
2 - On Beyond Zebra Dr Seuss extends the alphabet
don't be limited by conventional thought
3 - If I ran the Zoo Dr Seuss, the first nerd
create and deliver your value add
4 - And to think that I saw it on Mulberry St Dr Seuss watches Mulberry St
Finding inspiration in rejection
5 - Marvin K Mooney, Will you please go now! Dr Seuss says go!
Action is required for your job search
6 - Fox in Socks What Dr Seuss does to your tongue, you shouldn't to your resume
Be careful with the language and key words
7 - The Foot Book - Dr Seuss on foot notes