Using subconscious communications to your advantage when applying for a job: Barber

August 13, 2019

Searching and applying for jobs requires a lot of conscious effort, but focusing on subconscious factors can also pay big dividends, writes Joseph Barber. The author outlines several ways that job applicants can use subconscious cues to convince an employer that they are the right person for a job. This includes leveraging mutual contacts when looking to network with a new person, and specific tips about crafting a resume and avoiding common miscues. The author concludes with a description of the many ways a job applicant can create positive emotions in a hirer’s mind when sitting down for a job interview. Inside Higher Ed (International)