Getting a job quickly can be accomplished by taking advantage of existing relationships, networking to build new relationships, preparing a high-quality resume, and aggressively pursuing job openings. Job openings are found in classified ads and on company career pages.Continue Reading
Previous supervisors may be able to provide a letter of recommendation or may even know of existing job openings. Networking can be done through social networks, by joining a professional association, or by attending hiring fairs. A job seeker should search for himself online to make sure there is nothing detrimental to his image.
Preparing a resume that reflects strengths and stands out to recruiters creates more job interview opportunities. Services that help with resume writing can also help clients market themselves. Job seekers should improve their job interview skills by preparing answers for common interview questions and deciding on questions to ask the interviewer.
Job applications vary depending on the company, but each application should be filled out thoroughly. A cover letter should be attached whenever possible to add a personalized touch to the application. Local companies and companies that are growing should be contacted for possible job openings, as many openings aren't advertised. Following up with an employer after an application and interview is recommended, as long as the employer doesn't request no follow-ups.Learn more about Job Search