How to Job Search Made Simple

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The first thing you should do is create your resume and save it in Microsoft Word as that is the software most companies use. I have attached my sample resume for your reference and you can just update the information to your information.

Secondly, you need to start your job search on the different job search websites. There are some common websites like Monster.com, Hotjobs.com. However, you will need to set up an account with them and enter a lot of information and upload your resume. I also noticed now that a lot of companies have their own job websites, so you end up creating an account with them and entering a lot of information and uploading your resume again. You can do this again and again and again…. very annoying! One website, I really love is Jobster.com as you can immediately type in a “Job Title” and “Location” and immediately get a ton of jobs listed. The neat thing about this website is that it pulls jobs from various job search websites, like monster.com, etc. So you don’t have to go to a lot of different websites. I like finding jobs on here that just have an email to send the resume to instead of creating all those accounts and uploading your resume. You can spend a good 1/2 hour to an hour doing that. It really is a full-time job looking for a job.

Once you have identified a job you want to apply for that has a simple email to respond to, I have a standard cover letter I use in the email that I might tweak to fit that job. I have attached my sample cover letter for your reference. Now create you email with the cover letter and attach your resume and send. Now sit back and wait for the call for the interview.

For the attachments I referenced above, please send me your email and I will email them to you.  Thank you.

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