While there are no guarantees, the best ways to increase your odds of getting hired on the spot are to drop off resumes or fill out applications dressed as if you were going to a job interview, present yourself professionally, and be your own advocate. Don't be afraid to ask if you can talk to a hiring manager when you present yourself as looking for work.Continue Reading
Your odds of being hired on the spot are best in certain kinds of job situations. The most obvious are service industry positions in restaurants and retail stores. Large, national chains often have a process that is hands-off, so focus on small, independent businesses. The owner or manager in charge of hiring is more likely to be on-site when you drop off a resume and the informality makes it easier for someone to take a liking to you and decide to bring you on board.
Similarly, if you're interested in a white-collar job, your best bet for an instant hire is a startup that is growing rapidly. You will probably still need to send in an application via email or website, but once you're able to get in for an interview, odds are much better that the interviewer will be able to hire you on the spot. Make sure your answers are polished and that you've done your research on the company.Learn more about Applying & Interviewing