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2019/03/17
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Connect to Social sites

Social media sites are very useful to find you a job and also to connect with people who can help you to grow your career. Many of the employer on the job description ask for the link to the social media site. In this way, they can check how much he is socially connect to people. It’s important to be careful and consider what you shouldn’t do, as well as what you should do, when using social media to job search.

Keep your resumé short

A resume is very much an essential tool of the job search. The employer is in a hurry to find the best resume when they do the search that's why we should make our resume in such a way that highlight all of your skills in the eye slide. Usually, resumé is scanned for just six to 10 to 15 seconds.

Filter out useless words, use numbers to quantify your impressive results and include relevant keywords that appeared frequently in the job posting.

job sites

Job sites are also a way to get hired with well-paid salary but it is generally said that you are hired by the employee if your resume matches 80 to 85 percent of what an employer asks for in a posting.

To maximize your chances for success using job boards, focus on smaller, regional and industry-specific job boards, like StackOverflow jobs and underline jobs.


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