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Welcome to our Psychic Jobs blog. Our mission in this blog is to give you tips on how to succeed in the industry.

Many tips suggested are for Psychic readers. However, many universal suggestions serve for any employment.

Our staffing coordinators have a diversified work history. They bring their unique talents and experiences. We hope you enjoy these whether you are staffed by PsychicLink or find employment elsewhere.

The majority of Psychic Jobs are over the telephone. Though many other types of venues offer online psychic readings, email readings, video camera readings, we will cover tips as well for just about any psychic work in today’s market as well. Regardless of the mode a network offers, there is a common ground all Networks share: psychics that work as independent contractors.

Our industry is a niche field. Psychics are a niche talent. We can suggest what works and what doesn’t work when it comes to applying, interviewing, testing, working, and researching.

We hope you enjoy the information we will share with you. Knowledge is power. Hard work is always an essential ingredient in achieving recognition. Working smarter is wiser. Understanding our industry comes through trials and errors. Let’s face it; there aren’t many books about our industry.

Sure general employment tips are universal. To truly understand, our industry requires experience. So in this blog, we will feature a bit of advice from our coordinators that will explain to you how to run a situation around when it comes to applying, interviewing, testing, and working on a Psychic Network.

Our Network steers clear of Psychic Sweatshop practices. You will also find postings about two current psychic sweatshops where the conditions are questionable. We drive away from such practices.

Finally, we always recommend honing your psychic talents. A psychic is like an artist. One day there may be more demand for something else. The more skills you have, the better. Be sure to apply to our Network for a psychic job.

Best wishes, savor it!

Tip #42: Business Email Etiquette

Email Etiquette

I have heard many companies from different fields share their thoughts on email etiquette.  There were many commonalities that I found useful.

  • Timing:  The usual standard time for a response is 24-72 business hours.  Sending multiple follow-ups before 72 hours is considered inappropriate.  It may be misinterpreted as compulsive.
  • Precision:  Read thoroughly before responding.  Some recipients receiving an email may gloss over an email within seconds and not follow instructions.  This lack of attention to detail will be taken seriously especially when it comes to staffing as it gives the impression that the candidate lacks detail orientation. 
  • No Social Networks:  A business email address needs to be respected.  Sending a business an email to follow an individual on a social network undermines the company.  Companies are inundated with hundreds of emails.  Usually, it places that candidate on a “do not hire” list as that candidate has demonstrated a lack of regard for the company’s time.
  • Cabon Coping (cc):  Carbon copying your entire email list (including a business) with jokes, chain letters, memes, etc.. may also result in being placed on a “do not hire” list. 
  • No punching bags:  Frustrations and disappointments occur in life.  Email is not the proper place to release your emotions when it comes to business.  Sure, it may feel “cathartic” to write it out.  However, sending it will lead to regret and disavowment.
  • Correspondence from multiple email addresses:  Sending the same email from multiple addresses will standout as a problematic candidate that necessitates special attention.  Companies have a balancing act when it comes to time management.  The first thing they will cut out is the individual.
  • Order:  There is an order to workflow.  I have seen individuals prioritized.  When there was a lack of response, the company went to the next one.  However, if the prior individual responded days later, the latecomer was placed at the end of the cue as others were given the same courtesy.

Companies are looking for more than just skillful workers.  They are looking for easy to work individuals that do not need micro-management.  Companies would prefer hiring candidates that have less experience but can work in an easier capacity.  There is competition in every field. 

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