Monday, July 30, 2012

Cool job search tips

 Hi there. Today I want to share with you some job search tips that might help you to find the appropriate job. I’m sure that many of us don’t love our job. I mean, it’s not that kind of job that we thought we would do when we grow up. A very few people have this privilege. But, the new generation should learn from our “mistakes”. So let’s see if I can help you a bit

Question 1: “What do you want to do when you grow up?”

The most important thing is to make a list of your talents, so what you do best and what you love to do. Try to create a mix of them. Skills and interests should be evaluated personally. Writing down a list, firstly, will help you to define your capabilities and secondly, to know your limits. After that you should find available jobs that would best fit for you. Ok, what to do next? Yeah, I have got the answer. Quickly apply for those jobs. Always remember that the early bird catches the worm.

Question 2: “Are you sure that you have a well written resume”

The first thing that needs to be done when searching for a job is to prepare an awesome resume.  The resume will depend on the type of job that you apply for.  Companies often require the curriculum vitae and even a cover letter or letter of intent. However creating a well written resume is the hardest thing to do.

Question 3: “Where to look for job openings”

After preparing all of the documents needed for application, the next thing that should follow is finding vacancies for new hires.  But don’t worry. They are just a “Google search” away.  There are many sites out there that provide this assistance.

I also created a job-scout checklist to help you along your way:

1.            Identify experience list
2.            Identify prospective employers
3.            Prepare documents
4.            Plan schedules
5.            Contact companies and/or employers
6.            Get ready for an interview
7.            Evaluate how interview went along
8.            Take the exams
9.            Start with the new job!

That’s all. I hope this job search tips can help you a bit.

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