Sunday Night Live! Jobs Week Kick-Off [VIDEO REPLAY]

Hear from a successful job seeker how she got her job



Football season's over and you can only watch so much Olympic sport, right?

Take a 30-minute break to put some power behind your job search and go for the gold!

AOL Jobs Week kicked off Sunday, Feb. 9 with a 9pm Eastern time Google Hangout. You can watch the full episode above.

You CAN find a job you love and YOU deserve one!

Laurie Petersen, AOL Jobs editor-in-chief, in a conversation with:

Rhona Bronson, who recently shared the story of how she got a great job in 5 months by using a focused job search and a lot of hard work. Rhona has more than 30 years of experience in marketing and communications and is now director of marketing for the Delaware River and Bay Authority.

Bill Hartnett, an AOL Jobs contributor who writes about life in the trenches of the job seeker. Bill began his career in Seattle and worked at NBC News, Current TV, WNBC, WWOR-TV and more. He's currently a digital, marketing and social media consultant.

Richard Eisenberg, senior editor of the Money & Security and Work & Purpose channels and Assistant Managing Editor at NextAvenue.

If you have questions you want to ask before the event, please email them to jobsedit (at) teamaol.com.

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Rhona Bronson

Rhona Bronson

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Rhona Bronson has spent more than 30 years in various marketing and communications positions with well-known consumer product and media brands. After being laid off as a Senior VP of Marketing in 2009, she started her own business marketing consulting company in North Jersey. She hung up her entrepreneurial hat after being recruited to lead a marketing group for a well-known regional newspaper in South Jersey. Laid off again in 2013, she conducted a focused job search resulting in her newest position as Director of Marketing for the Delaware River and Bay Authority. Follow her on Twitter - @marketingplaza.

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But...but...according to all the Obamacare apologists, you're better off now not having a job!

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