I work as a part-time recruiter for a financial firm in the Boston area. As every morning, I watched/listened to GMA while getting ready for work this morning and thought how we are always looking for good people with college degrees in the MA, RI and NH area who want to get a start in the financial industry but who do not want to make all the "cold calls" one usually associates with the financial advising industry. How would we get on your list to let people know of our openings or how are employers alerted to your job fairs in the future?
(By the way, I was a stay-at-home mom for 25 years after being a top female executive and having a diverse work background in sales and marketing. At home raising 3 children, I volunteered my time to create, host and produce 2 weekly radio shows for moms, Mother-to-Mother, on parenting issues (also had a short-lived cable TV show before kids) and wrote a best-selling parenting book in calendar form, Mother's Moments (sold 100,000 copies). Now as a new empty nester, my passion is speaking to women's groups with encouragement and hands-on ideas and to help my family financially, I also recruit, and dusted off old resumes of acting and modeling. If I can help in anyway with your efforts, from any angle, please let me know!)
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Personal circumstances are prohibiting me from working in my profession (RPh) for the forseeable future. How do I get prospective employers outside of my profession to understand my interest in the posted job (regardless of degree of qualification or experience), even though my resume shows over 20 years experience in my profession? My searches primarily pertain to jobs I have had at least some experience and/or education.