Annemarie Segaric
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Annemarie Segaric shares strategies for getting a job when you have little or no experience, and how to change your career while still receiving a paycheck.

Annemarie Segaric is the author of Step into the Right Career, a book of 107 tips on how to find a new career while still paying the bills. For students who do not have much work experience, she urges that proactive job searching, relationship building, and traditional networking are the best tools. Also, students should tailor their resume so that the content relates to the description of the job they are applying for and includes key phrases. Students might also consider finding a part time job or project that could give them leverage in the job search. For those interested in changing careers, Segaric promises there is no better time than now to take control of your life. As she states in her book Step into the Right Career, focus on taking interim jobs to gain experience and expand areas of expertise while still receiving a paycheck in order to get closer to that dream job.

About the SpeakerAnnemarie Segaric is the Founder of The Career Changer Company and author of Step into the Right Career: 107 Tips to Change Your Life While Still Paying the Bills. In business since 2001, her company specializes in helping professionals figure out their life’s purpose so they can get unstuck, change careers, and do work they love.

Her professional experience includes banking, consulting, telecommunications, and media and entertainment. She has extensive experience in business analysis as well as web development and usability. Annemarie has helped organizations analyze their business processes thereby creating efficiencies and reducing operating costs.
She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Operations Research/Industrial Engineering from Cornell University.
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