This article appeared recently on MSNBC. The headline read, Jobless graduate sues her college for $70,000. It was a stark reminder that in the rush to go back to school to get a degree or training in another area in this current dire economic climate, there is no guarantee that investing in that additional training will automatically land you a job. (Promises of the school notwithstanding, which is what the lawsuit argues). No matter the experience or background or additional training you receive, there are certain pro-active steps you must take to show up on employer radar. These steps are outline in the free report on how to get employers to look for you. You will greatly increase your chances of job search interview success if the hiring decisionmaker has heard of you, seen you or spoken with you before the interview.