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Job search can be a long and challenging process, but it doesn’t have to be. If you’ve not had any success in your job search then maybe it’s time to change your approach. Number one on the list is getting organized, creating a plan, and putting your plan in motion. One of the keys to success is to set goals that are realistic and tasks that can be reasonably accomplished.
A successful job search is all about getting organized, creating a plan and setting your plan in motion. Set goals that are realistic and tasks that can be reasonably accomplished.Tweet This
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Make a Plan
It may sound like overkill but it’ not. Having a
Using the list of companies you made while making your plan, research the companies where you would like to work. What type of research?
What You Will Need
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Your job search
You need to select your resources for each “mode” of search. This includes your network, recruiters, job search sites, and any other leads you may have. You should be selective, but each category should be representative of your search. You will also need to split your time (see the next topic) and spread your search across all of your resources.
Schedule Your Time
Whether you currently have a job or are out of work,