|Finding employment is often a turning point in your life. This may require you to make some hard decisions about yourself and what you want to do.This is not easy and often job seekers need some help with the process. The most important factor in securing your next job is to be sure of your capabilities and what you want.
To help you find the job you are looking for, follow the three steps listed below.
|Step 1: Choosing a Career Path|
|One of the best ways to get a job is to know exactly what you are interested in doing. You need to ask yourself the following questions:
Good number of listings from The Guardian fairly media/public services oriented.
The UK arm of the large US jobsite.
Bookmarkable job sites
Sites that I haven’t signed up for email from, but have bookmarked. Bookmarkable search results are very useful, instead of receiving a mail full of yesterday’s jobs, you can search as frequently or infrequently as you wish:
Other search sites
Some sites I haven’t signed up to anything from and don’t visit regularly:
CV posting sites
I have had recent success with calls from agencies that have found my CV on a CV posting website. All the sites below allow you to upload your CV in Word format (possibly RTF). As time goes by, I should be able to add to comments about how successful the CV sites have been for me. CVs may need to be refreshed regularly to attract a recruiter’s interest. Most of the sites listed below also appear elsewhere on this page.
Advice on company targeting
Asktheheadhunter.com features advice on applying direct, making your the most of your CV and interview techniques. All in an slightly over-the-top American stylee, ideal for those a bit shy in coming forward. The best section by far is the Articles section, which includes insights from both the job-seekers and the employees sides.
Click on the links below for more tips on the job search process.
|Step 2: Securing Employment|
|Finding the right job may take some time, for a full list of job search websites, see our links page.
Click on the links below for tips on how to create a great resume, cover letter and lasting impression at a job interview.
|Step 3: Keeping the Job|
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