Find A Job Today With These Easy Steps

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“But I need a job now! What can I do?” Times are tough, money is tight, and here are some tips I  that are meant to eliminate the waiting game frustrations. So what should you be doing to land a job today?

Quantity over quality: Send out as many resumes and cover letters as you can. Make sure you are on all the top job boards and niche career websites that relate to your industry. Expand your requirements. In such challenging times, sending out as many job applications as you can, increases your chances for a phone call back. Use templates to save time. Customizing cover letters and resumes for each job you apply to is important.  When time is critical, it’s okay to have a template structure to your cover letter and resume.

When you want to shorten the waiting game, focus your attention to the job search process. This enables you to see the jobs as they are posted, as well as learn more about the companies. Make it personal. Get offline. Pick up your phone, or if possible walk your resume in. And most importantly follow-up! This is a crucial step of the process no matter your final goal.

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