6 Tips To Speed Up Your Chances For Successful Job Hunt

By siliconindia  |   Monday, 28 April 2014, 13:24 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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BANGALORE: Finding a good job quickly is about knowledge and tactics; and not about luck or market conditions.  With this in mind we have put together a list of strategies that you must employ to be successful and be seen as an ideal candidate during a job search, as listed by ….  



#1 Connect: Thanks to the advancements in technology and especially the Internet, organizations now have made it easier for you to connect with prospective employers. With the help of it you can post your resumes and cover letters within a click.
The best way to connect yourself is by spending an hour or two on the Internet where you can derive great insights about the background of the organizations, which would enable you to decide on where to apply and what job description to go for.
#2 Network socially: Networking is something that every job seeker should do on constant basis. With the Internet providing all the required facilities, networking can really be at your fingertips. Job seekers can make use of social networking sites like the Facebook and other platforms to network and spread their contacts. The referral system plays an important role when it comes to job search, so individuals should diversify their networking beyond family and friends, and spread the word. In fact, if you have relevant contacts you will definitely be referred for more job opportunities.
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