I know a lot of people who are still looking for a new job.
Many people want to get ahead, while others have no clue how to get into a job in the first place.
You don’t want to be the one who finds yourself stuck in this position.
You can learn from others’ successes and take on new challenges by reading the job listings of the top 20% of job seekers.
Below, I’ve listed the 20 most successful job seekers in the U.S. right now.
If you’re looking for the next great job, read on to find out how you can get hired right away.1.
Brian Smith, co-founder of Millennial Media and host of The Brian Smith Show, has been a job seeker for nearly four decades.
Brian was a professional in his 40s when he met his wife and got a new baby, and after years of trying to find work, he decided he wanted to try out a new field.
After starting his own business, he founded his own media company, and in 2017, he co-founded the weekly podcast, Brian Smith’s Blog.2.
Sarah McVey, a mother of four, started her own job search company, the McVee Company, when she was 25.
After spending nearly four years researching and searching for work, Sarah’s company recently surpassed the 400,000 mark.
She now spends more time focusing on marketing, sales, and operations, than her family.3.
Dan Coggan, co.founder of The Coggy Cog, is a freelance writer and entrepreneur.
Dan has worked at multiple technology companies, including Google, Facebook, and Amazon.
His current focus is marketing and content.4.
Sarah O’Donnell, cofounder of E-Business, has spent the past decade trying to get her first-ever job.
Sarah, an online entrepreneur, started E-Biz in 2013 and has since made millions.
She is also a founding partner of The Next Web, a digital media startup that offers services such as content management and video editing.5.
Michael Mosely, founder and chief operating officer of The Moseley Group, has worked as a software engineer at SAP, Google, and many other large corporations.
In 2016, he moved his company to San Francisco and became one of the first venture capitalists to launch a tech-focused company, Moseleys Venture Capital Fund.6.
Alex Zabrowski, the CEO of The Zabroski Group, is the co-owner of The Stocks.com blog.
Alex has been the cofounder and CEO of Mule Ventures, an early-stage venture capital fund focused on startups in the finance and digital markets.
He also founded the company’s first venture-backed start-up, E-Coupon.7.
John J. Mccue, the founder of the startup, Mccu, is currently in his fourth year as the CEO and founder of Mccues Venture Fund.
He is also the founder and CEO and co-chairman of the Mccuce family-owned and operated business, Mocuc.8.
Brian Schmitt, founder of The Schmitt Group, started his own job-search company, Schmitts Group, in 2017.
Schmitt has been running the company since 2014, and has been one of its biggest supporters since its inception.9.
Alex Mihalchik, founder/CEO of Huddle, has done it all: built a career as a programmer, entrepreneur, and angel investor, and is now the cochairman and founder/president of the Huddle Group.10.
Alex V. Loomis, the cofounders of Humble Bundle, started Humble in 2011 as an online marketplace for video games, but has since grown to become one of YouTube’s most popular creators.
He currently runs the company as its chief content officer, the company serves as the company to Humble’s founders and customers, and Humble also serves as a catalyst for the growth of the platform.11.
Chris S. Smith, founder, chief operating partner and general partner of Smith Interactive, started The Smith Group in 2007 and became its chief operating and general manager in 2014.
Smith is the chairman and chief executive officer of Smith Ventures, which is also home to the company-owned, high-profile, tech-based startup, Zynga.12.
Michael J. Anderson, cofounder and chief financial officer of Hootsuite, founded the online booking company in 2011 and grew its business to over $200 million in revenue.
Anderson is the founder, CEO and CFO of Hooters, which owns and operates some of the most popular restaurants in the country, including Denny’s and Chili’s.13.
Daniel R. Pachter, coauthor of The New Management: Why the Business and Life of the Age of Technology Must Change for a Better