Searching for a job can be a very stressful activity, regardless of your experience level. The adage "Searching for a job is a full time job in itself" accurately encapsulates the amount of work that is required to find a new position. However, with proper planning and dedicated effort, you'll improve your chances of finding the job you want.
This guide has been carefully curated to provide resources that contain actionable steps that you can take to help you find the job that you want, and stay relevant in the job market. You'll find tips and advice from organizations such as the Harvard Business Review, Washington Post and Inc.
Regardless of what phase of the job search process you're in, there are some fundamental job-seeking tasks that need to be completed. Focusing on the basics and getting them right will make the rest of your job searching process easier.
Click on the link below to find tips to help you with your resume, LinkedIn profile, cover letter, networking, social media presence and references.
Finding an opportunity that aligns with your interests and goals, submitting an application, and getting an interview where you can showcase your abilities is a multi-step process that can seem daunting. This section breaks the process down into individual steps, with tips for how best to approach each one.
Your effort and persistence has culminated in an interview for the job you want. How do you increase your chances of securing it? Good interviewing skills are critical to the job searching process, and once you get the job, knowing how to negotiate can help you get the offer you want and deserve. While most people don't possess these skills innately, they can be developed and improved, and the tips in this section can help you become better at both.
Securing the job of your dreams doesn't mean that you're forever set in your career. As things change, you may find yourself looking for another job in the future. This section explores what it takes to ensure that you're prepared for that possibility, by providing tips for how to remain connected to your network, and for staying relevant in the job market.
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