Finding a new role involves several steps . In addition all jobs are different. So candidates should make sure they understand the recruitment process of applicable to the position they are seeking.
There are no real “magic bullets”, but common sense steps will help you secure that new job:
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Follow what you are passionate about
Think about what you care most about and how you can turn that into a job. Your enthusiasm for the subject is sure to impress in an interview.
Keep your personal resume up-to-date
Even if you have a job, you never know when opportunity may knock. Keep your resume updated. It's much easier to detail your accomplishments as they happen, rather than going back to catalogue them. Provide quantifiable data and avoid industry terms familiar only to someone in your current field.
Be sensibly persistent and patient
Don't just send a resume and hope it leads to a position. Find a contact name where you want to work. Call. Follow-up. Send thank-you notes. There is truth to the old saying -- out of sight, out of mind. But a word of caution - persistence is not the same as stalking. Treat your recruitment consultant and potential employer with the same consideration that you would like them to treat you!
Keep a positive attitude
It may take time but that next opportunity will present itself. Stay motivated and confident. A sense of humor is also helpful, but always in moderation.
Develop your interview skills
In an interview, you can shine by showing how you understand the company's business, their goals and how this position fits into the overall strategy. Learn to listen and observe carefully, not just to what is being said but tell-tale body language that gives you an insight into what the interviewer is thinking.
Choose your references carefully
Use your past employers, industry associates and even customers who can speak positively to your experience, results and work ethic are all good choices. But always ask for permission before listing someone as an reference and prepare him or her in advance so they know what the prospective employer is looking for.