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Losing your job sucks. There’s just no other way to put it. Whether you are part of a downsizing, merger, “job mismatch” or plain old “going out of business”, there is no worse place to be than on the unemployment line. I’ve seen all of the variations of hunt. Read on about the road back to a new job and a new beginning. Whatever your journey, you will end up in a better place than you where when you started.
I Lost My Job – The topic and steps required to start
- Planning for Your Job Search – Planning your search is probably the most important part of your search. There are many things you need to consider when planning your search – career goals, occupation profile, your network – there are a lot of resources with great advice and links to get you started, a few are listed below.
- Cover Letters
- Your Network
- Companies where you would like to work
- Insider’s Guide to Writing a Cover Letter – If you think you don’t need a cover letter you are wrong. And if you were in doubt, this article – Reasons Why You Won’t be Hired, this is a must read for the serious Job Searcher. .
- 36 Beautiful Resume Ideas That Work – The most difficult part of starting
your job searchis updating or writing your resume. This article was posted on JobMob.co.il and it provides lots of great ideas for your resume. You know how it goes, it is much easier to start with something and change it than it is to start with a blank sheet of paper. Take a look at this post.
- Find Your Dream Job by Targeting Employers – Research, research, research – need I say more? Sometimes finding any job feels more important that finding the right job or employer. Well I’m here to tell you that you are wrong. Finding the right job and company are the two most important parts of
your job search. Take a look at this article from the Rileyguide.com.
- Build Your Job Search Network – Leveraging your network to help you get your next job is key to success. It is often who you know that that gets
your resumeseen buy the right person. This article provides good advice on how to leverage your network as well as ideas to a long list of you to build your network.
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Good luck in your search,