This is the next installment of a multi-part posting discussing the development and use of an elevator speech as used in a job search.
Know what your Value Proposition is.
This is where your branding comes into full play. Identify as precisely as possible what you offer, what problems you can solve, and what benefits you bring to an employer.
If you are a tenured job seeker, think of achievements and statements that could be woven into your elevator speech that could attack an age bias, such as instituting a new technology or taking on a project that required extra effort or extra hours of work.
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