Employment Tips

Dos And Don’ts For Jobseekers
By:Denis Glover

When looking for a job you can take advantage of many methods: either you turn to your friends’ protection, or surf the net and peruse the newspapers or finally use the services of the recruiting agency. Even if your friends have no influential connections or can’t assist you in employment at the present moment, let them know that you are seeking a new job. A worthy position may turn up in a week’s time. And during this week you are to conquer the net, newspapers and recruiting agencies. So, let’s start...

Composing a resume. There can be two approaches here. You write it yourself or entrust this mission to one of the most reputable resume writing services. Each of the approaches has its strong and weak points, though of course a resume writing company has more chances to turn your nurse resume into incarnation of the employer’s dream. You want to write the resume yourself – Ok. Before setting yourself to do it, look through a number of resumes for the identical position. It will help you to define the salary and to formulate the necessary skills and experience. There are a lot of books and internet sources explaining how to win over your future employer with your resume, so we are not going to cite them here. Skip through some of the resume writing guides and make some general rules for yourself. The aim of your resume is to get the employer interested in you, your professional experience and skills. If you get job offers you have managed to do it.

Where should I place my resume? If you are looking for a job with no special skills, place your resume in a free ads’ newspaper. It is the optimal place for a student resume. However if you belong to the top or medium personnel, turn to a more sound publication. Don’t be afraid to spend money. One paid ad in the trustworthy respectable periodical is much more efficient than a number of free publications. Large companies seldom look for highly qualified specialists themselves. In most cases they address to recruiting agencies. You may send out your resume to numerous agencies. It is even better if you come to the agency in person and fill in the application form here. The agency manager will get acquainted with you and it will be easier for him to show you to advantage to the future employer. But you should remember that you and the recruiting agency have quite different goals: you want to get the job and the agency aspires to fill in the vacancy as soon as possible. That is why recruiting managers can conceal from you some unfavorable information about the company. Don’t rely on the manager’s sincerity; find out all the details directly from your employer. Another option is placing your resume on special job sites in the net. To have your resume on the first pages of the search, you should constantly refresh the information in the application form. Whatever strategy you choose to get the desirable results, you should be persistent and patient. If your job search lasts too long consider applying another method. Anyway, you should be confident that one day you will get a phone call that will bring you a positive change in your professional career.

Denis Glover is a senior writer at Resumesexperts.com - Resume Writing Services http://www.resumesexperts.com/. He has vast experience in producing different types of resumes (e.g. nurse resume, student resume). He has been providing professional resume writing services for 12 years.






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