Step Away from Your Computer in Your Job Search

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You shouldn’t sit at your computer for more than a couple of hours at a time when conducting a job search, according to Liz Ryan, founder of Human Workplace, Forbes contributor and author of Reinvention Roadmap.

As Ryan advises, there are more impactful and important job search tasks you should focus on to score a new job. Networking, searching LinkedIn for hiring managers at targeted companies, composing pain letters and creating human-voiced resumes is time well spent in your search.

Still, you have to uncover the right job postings and complete applications as part of your job search. Some career experts advise that a job search is a full-time job and that you can expect to spend 35 to 40 hours a week on your search. Job search demands are a challenge for someone unemployed, but even worse for those who already have a full-time job. Something has to give to fit the full range of differentiating activities into a schedule.

That’s where Fridayd comes in. Fridayd’s technology with live backend support functions like the job seeker’s concierge.

Imagine having someone not only conduct your job search for you, but also manage the complete application process and uncover networking connections, too. That’s the tiring, frustrating administrative side of a job search that no one likes. Offloading these time-draining tasks frees job seekers, giving them the ability to focus more on what matters most.

Searching for a new job more effectively while saving hours of time and stress makes good sense for any job seeker. Why work harder than you need to? Fridayd can rev up a job search while reducing stress and saving time.

No one likes searching for a new job. Hands down, it’s a drag. With Fridayd, job seekers can search smarter, not harder; save on average 40 hours per month; and have more time for networking, interview preparation, career development, and family or personal interests.

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