After losing a job, it is sometimes difficult to feel motivated to look for new employment. However, it is vital to begin your search immediately and treat looking for a job like having a full-time job. So allow yourself a day or so to pick yourself up, dust yourself off and get to work searching for employment.
It can seem somewhat daunting to find a job but with these tools, searching through all of those listings really isn't so bad.
Make sure your resume is up to date and current with all of your employment, education and certifications. Asking a friend or family member to read over your resume before submitting is always a good idea to eliminate spelling and grammatical errors.
After your resume is updated apply to as many jobs as you can. This can feel like repetitive work but it is part of the process of finding employment. You can also send your resume by fax, e-mail or even drop it off in person to places that you would like to work.
Utilizing professional networking such as LinkedIn is a great way to follow up with employers for jobs you find on our site. It is vital to keep your LinkedIn profile as professional and polished as possible to maximize your results.
If full time work is not available in your field, consider taking on one to two part time jobs. Many people end up finding full time employment by starting out in a part time position by meeting new people and professionally networking.
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The Jobvertise Team