Finding a job by tuning into community needs

03/31/2013 | CNBC

Those who consistently find work, even in a tight job market, follow five principles, writes Roger Wright, author of "Finding Work When There Are No Jobs." Some of those principles include being able to communicate your skills, finding and filling the needs in the job market and caring about something larger than yourself, he writes. "[I]t's when you start becoming part of your community, listening for the needs it surely has, and then figuring out which need you can fill, that you will start finding work," Wright concludes.

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