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Before you File your Claim…

Before you continue to file for your unemployment claim in Virginia, please review the “Plan of Attack we will be sending to you via email in the next 5-10 minutes. The “Plan of Attack” will help increase your chances to win your claim and maximize your benefit amount.

While you are awaiting your personalized “Plan of Attack”, please review the featured resource available in Virginia to help you quickly transition back into the workforce.

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Before you continue to file for your unemployment claim in Virginia, please review the “Plan of Attack we will be sending to you via email in the next 5-10 minutes. The “Plan of Attack” will help increase your chances to win your claim and maximize your benefit amount.

While you are awaiting your personalized “Plan of Attack”, please review the featured resource available in Virginia to help you quickly transition back into the workforce.

Top 3 Resources to Help you Transition Back into the Workforce

The average time it takes to find a “Good Job*” here in the U.S. once you have been Laid-Off is approximately 6 months. To help you transition back into the workforce while avoid “High Risk Jobs**”, we have the top 3 resources used by unemployment claimants in Virginia.

*Good Jobs: Jobs with career advancement opportunities that pays well above the minimum wage.
**High-Risk Jobs: Low paying jobs with little to no career advancement opportunities and highly susceptible to outsourcing and automation .

#1 Career Development

“Start 2019 Making $15 an Hour and End the Year Making $25 an Hour!”

You are currently eligible to participate in a 1-year “Earn While you Learn” training program to “Become a Career Development Specialist” in Virginia. 

Who this if for:
This training program is designed for those who want to launch a rewarding career in the nonprofit sector, but can also be used for those who just want to advance their own career or supplement their income.

Become a Career Development Specialist
Term:
1-Year
Paid Training:
Yes

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#2 Professional Networking

Uncover the “Hidden Job Market” by leveraging the power of LinkedIn…the Largest Professional Social Network in the world.

To find “Good Jobs” in today’s job market, y0u need to learn how leverage your professional network. LinkedIn is the largest professional social media network with over 540,000,000 users…and it’s free.  Avoid applying to online job boards like such as Indeed, where 84% of the jobs listed are considered “High-Risk” jobs.

Top Job Hunting Mistakes to Avoid:

  1. Applying to online job boards
  2. Submitting your Resume to as many companies as possible
  3. Taking any “High-Risk” job out of desperation

#3 Resume Optimization

Majority of the resumes submitted online are NEVER seen by the Hiring Manager.

Companies now use Applicant Tracking Systems to scan all of their applicants. To get your resume past the Applicant Tracking System and into the hands of a Hiring Manager you need to create an optimized resume for EVERY job you apply for. 

Creating an Optimized Resume in 4-Steps:

  1. Review each job posting and identify the key skills and qualifications the company is looking for. 
  2. When you list your skills and qualifications on your resume, use keywords found in the company’s job positing that matches your skill set.
  3. Quantify your previous work experience by including metrics that clearly demonstrate the impact of your skills.
  4. Get feedback and rewrite as needed

Need Help?

Our Unemployment Advisory Team is available to help if you have any questions concerning your eligibility requirements. If you require assistance, please email us at support@unemploymentadvisory.com or you can request assistance via text at +1-213-322-0113.