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Subject line: Your First Issue of Job Hunting Know How
Hello “autoresponder code here”,
Welcome to your first issue of Job Hunting Know How. In each issue of this newsletter, you will learn valuable information and useful tips that will help you find and get the job you want, even when the job market is tough.
Before you start looking for your dream job there are a few things you should do that will help increase your chances of landing the position you really want. One of those things is learning how to market your skills and talents effectively.
Start by making a list of your skills, talents and interests (like a cheat sheet) this way you can evaluate each one carefully and be better able to describe them accurately on your applications and resumes. This will also help you narrow down your search when you begin looking for possible positions to apply for as well as make the task of applying much easier.
It’s a good idea to tailor your resume to the job you’re applying for, so be prepared to update it frequently. Most employers expect to receive a well-written resume or at the very least an overview of your experience and other qualifications as well as a cover letter or letter of intent.
After creating your cheat sheet and preparing your resume it’s time to start searching for possible positions. Using the Internet can be very helpful during this phase of your hunt.
They provide a full set of resources for people looking for a job, which makes the process a little less painful. Of course, there are many other job sites to choose from, including ones specific to your own local area. You can also go old school and look in the classified ads section of your local newspapers.
– Finding more places to apply
Businesses don’t always advertise job openings in their organization. If you have the desire to work for a company that doesn’t have any current positions available the best thing you can do is submit an application or resume for them to keep on file. It’s also a good idea to check back with them frequently and update your information regularly. Many larger companies allow you to perform these tasks online.
One place that many people often forget to check when they are looking for a job is the Yellow Pages, which is available both on and offline. It can provide you with a list of potential employers in your chosen area to contact. Another overlooked resource is your local library. Most of the time they can provide you with a list of potential local employers. If you aren’t sure where to look check with the librarian for assistance.
Keep track of your progress by jotting down the name of the companies where you’ve applied. This may not seem necessary but it will help you know when It’s time to check back with them and when to update your resume.
Here is a short checklist that you can print out and use to help keep you on track.
1. Identify experience list
2. Identify prospective employers
3. Prepare documents
4. Plan schedules
5. Contact companies and/or employers
6. Prepare for interviews
7. Evaluate progress
Make sure you look for your next issue soon. We will be talking about identifying your skills so you can get the job you want.
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