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Quick tips to land the job

Looking for a job can be tedious and uninspiring. Especially after you’ve been on multiple interviews and have no job offers. Hiring processes have changed. Finding a job is more competitive than it’s ever been. Employers are looking to hire the highest quality of candidates that have the most experience.

How do you stay on top of your game? How do you stay positive during this time? 

Here’s 3 ways to keep your enthusiasm and the land the job:

#1 Stay positive no matter what. 

If you are denied a position don’t be too hard on yourself. There are many factors why you could be denied for a position. The most important thing is that you do your best each time. Give it your all and accept that you did all that you could. The right job will come along in due time.

#2 Keep the faith.

God will put you in the right position at the right time. Believe in yourself as well. Have faith that you have the strength to make it through hard times and a job will come.

#3 Maximize your search and contact leads directly. 

Don’t just use one website to search for jobs. Job boards I’ve use in the past to obtain employment are: indeed.com, monster.com, simplyhired.com. Also, employers have their own career portals. So, if you are interested in working for a particular company visit their company’s website and click on careers. It will show you current opportunities to work for them in your current location.

I used indeed.com to apply to my current employer. I received a call within a week to set up an interview.

Thanks for clicking into the article here are two bonus tips for you:

#4 Read the job description to tailor your resume. 

By reading the current job description you know what the employer is looking for. This will allow you to tailor your resume. Recruiters look at hundreds of resumes a day. Make your resume stands out as the ultimate candidate. Now don’t use lies or fabricate employers.

Recruiters will ask you specific questions about the employers you list. This information will also be validated before you are offered a job. List employers that give you relevant experience for the job you’re applying for. For example, my current position is human resources. They were looking for someone with customer service experience and leadership skills. When I applied I listed job where I utilized my customer service and showed leadership.

#5 Contact a temp agency.

Temporary positions may not offer benefits but they offer interim pay and can turn into a full time opportunity.


These are just tips. You know your situation better than anyone. Use the tips to create your own plan of action.

 

 

2 Comments

  1. These are actually really good tips! I just moved to the U.S. and I will be looking for temporary positions, just so I get my foot in there since I do not have any “American” job experience.

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    • I’m glad that you find them helpful. Good luck with your search! http://Www.indeed.com has jobs for all entry levels and you can search by you state and zip code in the US to pull up jobs in your exact location.

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