Finding a Job

Finding a job is a tough task. You are applying to so many job postings daily but still, receive no call for an interview. Even if you get an interview call, you have to compete against hundreds of job applicants. Job search is nothing but proper planning, its execution, and never-ending follow-ups. We will help you in planning your job search while you have to handle the execution and follow-ups part. What you have to do is just follow all these steps in an order, it’s that easy;)

Step 1

Identify Target Companies

If you’re looking for a job, creating a list of companies you’re aiming for is a great place to start. If you have a target list of companies, you can go online to discover information about the employer, review open positions, and find connections to help you apply for employment and get a job offer.

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Step 2

Networking for Jobs

According to a 2019 study report, at least 75% of all available jobs are filled through employee referrals and social media recruiting. If you are connected with people in targeted companies, there is a good chance that they might refer you. Proactive networking ensures you can be found by hiring managers.

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Step 3

Develop Professional Skills

What skills do professionals need to have? Professional skills are a set of common skills which almost every employer wants in their employee. Common professional skills are communication, teamwork, organization, critical thinking, interpersonal skills, adaptability.

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Step 4

Create a Resume

Your resume is the first meeting between you and a prospective employer. So, how do you want to be remembered? Wrinkled and unorganized? Neat and structured? Companies do not have the time to interview every applicant that is interested in the job. Employers use an eliminating process, that’s right – resumes.

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Step 5

Applying for Jobs

Applying for jobs is an important step in the hiring process. Instead of applying for every job opening right away, it’s important to stop for a few minutes to carefully read the job posting. Research hiring companies. This process will help you form a better strategy for your job application that will get you noticed by the employer.

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Step 6

Interview Tips

Do you have a job interview coming up? The key to effective interviewing include preparation, energy, enthusiasm, and strategy. Taking the time to do company research, understanding where you fit within the organization, and knowing what you can contribute is time well-spent.

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Step 7

Follow-up on Job Application

It’s frustrating to send in a job application and not hear back from the company. It’s generally appropriate to send a follow-up email between one and two weeks after the time you applied. This allows them sufficient time to review your resume, cover letter, and any other materials you have included.

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Step 8

Organize Job Search

When you’re looking for a job, you’re likely to be applying to several jobs at once. However, with various resume versions and hopefully multiple interviews, it’s easy to become disorganized. You’ll need to track all applied job information so you can make a follow-up phone call or send an email.

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Step 9

Stay Motivated

Job search can be tough. It is easy to lose your way, get discouraged, and want to quit. The frustration and worry will end when you find your dream job. Take a moment to breathe, because when you inhale confidence, you exhale doubt. Even though the job search may feel endless at times, if you stick, you will find that job.

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Bonus Step 

Apply for Internships

According to the recent survey report, 59% of interns were offered jobs. When you apply for your first professional job after college, prospective employers will want to know about your work experience. Applicants who list at least one internship on their resumes increase their chances of getting hired over those who do not.

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