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A Guide to Job Searching

While it is difficult to search for a good job, ultimately it all depends on your approach.

When you apply for a job, you are actually selling yourself to a potential employer. You should be able to answer why they should pick you over other applicants. You should be able to put yourself above the rest.

Creating a great CV and cover letter is very important. With your CV and cover letter, you are introducing yourself to your potential employer and hopefully you can greatly impress them with it. If it fails, don’t let it bring you down too much. Don’t dwell so much on being rejected, move on to the next employer and try to impress them just the same.

Below are some useful approaches to job hunting.

Joining Linkedin can benefit you much. Being part of LinkedIn will be an asset to you. Join discussion groups for the industries you are interested in and start building your social network to keep updated for the latest job offers. You can also get noticed by following great companies that you like and commenting on their posts. Ensure that the comments that your posts are just professional ones.

When their trusted employees recommend someone for a job, most companies hire these people. If you want to work for a certain company and you have a friend or family member working there, then you can ask them for job openings. You will know about vacancies firsthand and if you are recommended by your friend and family, then you have an advantage over your competitors.

Don’t just stick to job listings. Don’t focus on vacancies but rather on companies. If you focus on a company, then it will show your interest when they interview you when applying for a job there. You can also actually use job listing if you don’t find vacancies in companies that you visit. You can send a CV and cover letter to a company that has openings even if the role is not suitable for you. You will never know when that company will be needing people with your skills. If you make a great CV and cover letter, then you can show them what you’ve got.

Research on jobs that are unfamiliar but may be the something that you would be interested to try out. If you choose a less traditional career path, you could have less competition and you might find more opportunities available if you expand your horizons.

How you handle the application process will give potential employers an idea of what kind of worker you are. Don’t apply until you have researched about the company. You can benefit from understanding the company and what they do.

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