Tricks to skip the fatal fails in your job search process.
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DON’T BLAME THE ECONOMY FOR YOUR UNEMPLOYED JOB STATUS. FOCUS ON THE
POSITIVE DURING INTERVIEWS OR NETWORKING CONVERSATIONS.
KEEP YOUR EMOTIONS IN CHECK AND TRY TO CONVEY AN UPBEAT ATTITUDE.
spend as much time compiling great questions for the interviewer as you do prepping for ones
you’ll be asked. In your initial meeting, keep your queries focused on the work. Save questions
about compensation, flexible schedules and other benefits for later interviews.
17. Don’t devote all of your time and energy to one potential
position. It’s best to continue your search efforts and
pursue several jobs
while you wait to hear from your preferred employer.
29. If you are not a very social person, ask yourself if you are spending too much time in front of
your computer. You need to be contacting people you know and going to business and social
events. If you are a person who is very social, you may need to spend more time researching
companies and looking online postings. Find a balance.
33. Approach the job search with an open mind, but set some boundaries for yourself. If you apply too broadly,
you will waste a lot of time on applications that will not yield interviews. Companies want applicants who
closely fit the job posting. If you apply too narrowly, you will not find many jobs to apply for.
37. It’s important to take breaks for social activities and personal time, but limit yourself.
Frequent and long breaks can destroy your chances of finding employment.
Do your homework. Looking for a job is a process that has a big learning
curve. Talk to others who have been in your shoes about lessons they’ve
learned and mistakes they’ve made. Consult job search books or go to a job