2. Critical Research
◦ What you do before an interview crucial. Your well informed conversation maybe critical factor for job success
◦ Research helps you to understand the company mission and vision and job rule
◦ Through research its display applicant interest in job
3. Enhance Your Network
◦ It is all about establishing and nurturing longtime mutually benefit relationship
◦ It helps you to develop and improve your skill
◦ Developing strong network key stragery for getting insight of the job as well as the company
4. Social Media
◦ With the advent social media employer can access the information the candidates
◦ Having strong connection through outlets of social media is something
5. Prior Experience
◦ Two-Third of the employer look for applicants with relevant work experience because it helps them to prepare for work and
develop general business awareness.
◦ It can give you an insight of the work involved.
6. Resume Update and Review
◦ A resume being a summary of your background, skills and qualifications, works as the most critical tool for a job-
◦ Always keep your resume up to date that will reflects your key accomplishments, education, skills and experience.
◦ Always review your resume so that you remember what detail you have provided in the resume.
7. Things to mention on your Resume:
~ Personal Details
~ Powerful Opening Statements
~ Work Experience
~ Education Background
~ Skills and Expertise
~ Achievements and Awards
8. Things you should not include in your resume:
◦ Too much information
◦ Spelling mistakes and grammatical errors
◦ Unnecessary personal information
◦ Details about your hobbies and interests
◦ Negative comment about formal employee
9. Importance of Cover Page:
It tells your story : it gives you the opportunity to elaborate on your story before getting the chance to
interview with the hiring manager that is you get the chance to exhibit your qualifications for the job
and explain what makes you a good fit
Builds relationship with the employer: Building relationships is pivotal to getting a job that aligns
with your career goal. A cover letter displays your personality to an employer.
Demonstrate suitability for the role : A cover letter allows you to demonstrate to the employer how
your role-relevant skills, achievements, and experience will translate to results when hired.
Showcase passion for the role : The mere exercise of writing a cover letter shows you have a strong
interest to work in an organization.
Demonstrate ability to follow instructions :Writing a concise and well-thought out cover letter shows an
employer you can follow instructions. A good cover letter will not only showcase your writing skills but
also show you understand the job requirements and the employer's need