If you haven’t looked for a job in a while, you’ll notice that a lot has changed. The Jobs section in the newspaper is razor-thin, while jobs can be found in thousands of places online. Many companies won’t even accept paper resumes and retail stores have job kiosks instead of accepting paper applications. It may seem like a completely new world, but many of the fundamentals remain the same.
Diversify Your Search
Each of us have a favorite way to look for a job – some people are natural networkers, some like to “pound the pavement” and stop in at businesses for a cold call, while others love the efficiency of the Internet. Whatever your preferred method, don’t get too attached to it. You’ll be best served by using a variety of methods in your search. [Read More...]