Recently when explaining to a client that it was important to vary his approach to finding and applying to jobs, I stumbled upon the Five Fingers of Job Search. In general, you are going to have the best results by spreading out your “hand” and tapping into more jobs. Certainly other ways to get a job, but if you follow these recommendations, you are bound to be successful.To find the most jobs, you will want your fingers to spread over the following job search resources.... Read more: Injured Worker Help Desk: Monday Mission May 29, 2012
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When you are job searching and preparing for interviews, it can be helpful to secure Letters of Reference from prior employers. If possible, obtain one from each supervisor. If not, one can be a coworker, preferably in a higher .
Aug 21, 2013
In addition to reading something about your industry I also recommend that you read about job searching or career planning. If you are unemployed, set aside an hour a day for reading career planning or industry related .
Jul 29, 2013
Job searching - are you varying your sources and approaches? Follow up - are you doing your research and following up on your applications? Interviewing - are you practicing? Preparing questions to ask? Sending thank ...
Mar 04, 2013
Don't forget to touch base with your career expert as needed and check jobs through the job service and staffing agencies AT LEAST weekly. Often these agencies have at least a few listings that are not advertised elsewhere.