How Bailout My Career Will Help Your Career
If you want to get more job interviews, you've come to the right place.
If you're looking for a better job and don't know where to start, you've also come to the right place.
These days, getting an interview for a job you really want can be an accomplishment on its own so you want to ensure you make the most of each interview you get. You can't afford to make mistakes and blow you chance at a job especially if they're mistakes you don't even know you're making.
On this site, we'll talk about those mistakes and how to avoid them and also about many other topics related to your job searches and your career that you just might find useful.
Who am I? Why am I here?
My name is Carl Mueller and I created BailoutMyCareer.com. I began working as a recruiter in 2000 so I've interviewed hundreds of job searchers, dealt with numerous hiring managers and helped many people find better jobs. I find that experience combined with anecdotes combined with learning from your mistakes (and avoiding the mistakes of others) can help you make improvements and positive steps in your own career.
In that regard I hope you'll find the information on this blog useful in your own career as you try to make the most of every job opportunity, every interview and every job offer you receive.
In a nutshell, I try to cover off important topics in the career space and also inject some real-life stories and learning points that you can use througout your career. If you're having trouble figuring out what to do next in your career, we'll be talking about that too.
Things I've Experienced
What are we if not for our experiences in life?
What sorts of things have you experienced in your career that have helped you grow and become more in tune to yourself, your interests, your skills and your career goals?
A friend of mine recently got laid off for the first time in his career and also for the first time in his career, he wasn't able to simply get a new right away. That's a learning experience and he's recognized that things don't always come easy even if they have in the past.
What sorts of things have I experienced in my career that have helped me learn and grow? Among other things, I:
1. Know what it’s like to work internationally, having worked overseas (in New Zealand) for 4 years.
2. Have survived several corporate downsizings while many of my colleagues were being laid off.
3. Have experienced being laid off twice myself during corporate downsizings.
4. Know what it’s like to be self-employed.
5. Have helped many people find better jobs.
6. Have observed people lose jobs at every step of the job search process and most of the time they didn’t even know where they’d lost the job until I told them.
7. Have written numerous articles on job searching and career management.
8. Wrote an ebook for career-minded individuals called Recruiter Secrets Revealed.
On this website I'll share information, anecdotes, stories and give commentary on various things related to job searches and career management, things that I hope you will find useful in your own career.
Thanks for visiting and be sure to visit often as I post regularly!