In this valuable eBook you’ll discover:
- How to “skip” the queue and get noticed
- What a good cover letter says and the message it conveys
- Why networking is so important in finding a job
- Who to contact on LinkedIn to increase your chances
- Where to look for positions that might not be on the major sites
- When to send cover letters, thank you emails, and more
Update your LinkedIn profile and settings so recruiters can find you.
There are over 1 million recruiters who use LinkedIn to find candidates. Your profile needs to reflect the same information and keywords as your resume.
Use the step-by-step information below to update your profile.
Tracking your job search progress
Finding a job IS work and needs to be treated that way. On average, a proper application will take you 1 – 2 hours. You will need to:
- Set up job alerts for positions you want
- Check the alerts daily
- Spend 15 minutes connecting with people at companies where you would like to work
- Select a job and decide if you have at least 80% of the qualifications
- Look at what they are saying in the listing. What are the top qualities and skills they want. Now, make sure those are in your resume.
- Match your resume title to the job and include the company name
- Search for a recruiter, hiring manager, or maybe the person who will be your supervisor
- Connect with them on LinkedIn or find their email/company email protocol
- READ their website. The best page is usually the Media/News. Find something you can mention
- Create a cover letter or simple email text that explains that, while you DID apply online as requested, you want to make sure you don’t fall into the slush pile
- Apply as directed
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