You’ve worked hard on your resume, and you finally networked your way to the right person. This is your chance: you’ve got an interview…Here are 13 tips on how you can do just that… and land your dream job.
13 Job Interview Tips That Will Help Land Your Dream Job
Make sure to smile, send a thank-you note, make a strong first and last impression. Seems simple, yet the simplest things are the easiest to overlook!
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You’ve been on the job hunt for weeks.
You’re applying immediately to every job you come across that’s remotely related to your field. You’re getting your resume in the hands of anyone you meet. You’re following up with hiring managers like your life depends on it.
And still? Nothing. Nada. Zilch.
Well, I’m going to tell you a little secret.
It might be you that’s the problem.
5 Job Search Tactics You Must Stop Immediately – DailyMuse
Are you sending applications but haven’t gotten any responses? Sometimes common sense doesn’t hold up when you start to think about it. For example, maybe you’ve been sending as many applications as possible because you figure that by sending more applications out the better your chances of getting called…maybe you should rethink that strategy. Take a look at the Daily Muse for more tactics you should stop immediately.
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If you’re getting plenty of job interviews without any job offers, it’s time to think about what could be going wrong. Since you’re making it past the initial screening, the problem is unlikely to be your résumé or cover letter. That means that it could be your interview skills, something about your experience that isn’t obvious from your résumé or even your references. Here are six ways to explore why you’re not getting job offers.
What to Change If You’re Getting Interviews But No Job Offers – US News and World Reports
The best way to get help is to take a step back, put yourself out of your comfort zone and ask the proper people to critique you. While your resume and cover letter may be perfect you may be making some wrong moves when it comes to your interview or references. Alison Green, of Ask a Manager, has some great tips to help you if you’re getting Interviews but no Job Offers.
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Include a Current Job Entry, Even When Unemployed
The 31 Best Linkedin Profile Tips for Job Seekers – The Daily Muse
Everyone needs a little bit of help with Linkedin because nobody is a pro at it. Think about it…who do you know who can say “I know everything about Linkedin!”. It’s very rare. You don’t have to be a pro to use Linkedin effectively to land your next job.
Of course, Linkedin is not for everybody. But if Linkedin will help you improve your chances of getting a job in your industry (if Linkedin is used in your industry to hire / promote talented people like you) then it’s always good to brush up on some tips. Because while you may be a pro at Linkedin, the person using Linkedin to hire you may not be.
Uncertainty is a given in this world. When it comes to looking for your next job, it’s the removal of uncertainty that should be Job No. 1. Keep this goal in mind whenever you are looking for your next job and it will reward you more than you know!
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