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By Edited Dec 6, 2015 0 1

Find a Job that's right for you


The fact of the matter is that it takes a little more effort to find a job these days. With a stressed economy, it may seem hopeless at times that the right job is possible to obtain. It may be necessary to take certain steps that will offer an advantage in finding the right job, as well as one that offers the salary and security that is desired.


Here are some tips that may offer an edge while looking for a job.


  • Revise the search to include several positions that may be suitable to the job skills offered. Accounting can be used in a variety of different positions, so vary the search to include opportunities that may have been overlooked in the past while seeking a job.
  • Utilize the internet as a tool to find a job. The internet has a variety of job posters that can assist in a job hunt. Don't limit the search to just one of the sites, but compare and contrast different site postings to gather a list of the best opportunities.
  • Unless willing to relocate, refine the listings to a local job search. The boundaries of "local" can be extended to a commute to a neighboring county or town. Extending the boundaries will increase the opportunities for finding a better position.
  • Versatility is important when preparing a resume. Cater the skills and advantages towards the type of job that is being applied. It may be necessary to prepare more than one resume to completely cater the resume towards a specific skill set. This will open the door for more opportunities and aid in looking for a job.
  • Dress for success to find a job. Most employers won't admit it, but grooming, hygiene and style play an important role to find a job. If it comes down to two prospects and the skills are nearly the same, the "X" factor may be a nice dress suit or suit, well-trimmed hair, and attention to detail.

    Looking for A Job Can Be Tough

    It is difficult to find a job, but there are ways to improve the odds of landing a good one. Using the right tools and keeping an open mind will play a role in finding the right fit. Willingness to commute, as well as relocate, will increase an individual's chance to find a job. Be versatile with the preparation of a resume. Create more than one to apply to different positions. Finally, impress the employer with proper etiquette, manners and good grooming habits. Follow these tips and they will help to find a job.

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    Comments

    Jul 30, 2010 1:37pm
    Sookie
    As an employer, I totally agree with using etiquette and manners. You would be amazed at how many do not.. Great article!
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