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How to Find a Job Online

How to Find a Job Online

Finding a job online gives you access to a myriad of features and opportunities. The jobs found online are more topical than traditional ads. They also include opportunities across the country and abroad. It is easier and cheaper to submit your paperwork free of charge and stationary, and you receive a much faster response than by post.

Of course, applying online is very popular. You have to do everything to rise above the competition. Here are a few tips to give you the inside of your job search.

• Polish your CV. You want employers to know that you are interested in the exact position they offer. Do your due diligence for the job and company so you can reflect your knowledge in the resume. Use keywords that match the job description to sprinkle your resume. This is important in the digital world where software programs scan your resume before a hiring manager scans your resume. Also, don't apply for every position a company offers. Check out their website and only apply for one position at a time. Write a personalized cover letter clearly stating your value based on the qualifications. Focus a position and focus on quality over quantity. To increase your passive search, make minor adjustments to your online resume every day. This keeps your resume at the top of the recruiter's search results. 

• Stay central. If you avoid social media to keep your private life private, think again. Job-seekers who are not available online are invisible to recruiters. Whether you like it or not, he will google you. A lack of online information can look suspicious. You must start with at least a LinkedIn profile. It is the most mature social network available. As the number one social media network for recruiters, you shoot yourself in the foot without an account. It's also a good idea to bring your resume to life with a digital portfolio. Set up a blog with your portfolio, speaking engagement videos and articles. You can even submit a video resume to YouTube to tastefully convince an employer that you are good for the job.

• Protect your online reputation. Now that you are online, keep it clean. The majority of hiring managers are influenced by what they think about a candidate online - professional and private. Keep your Facebook page squeaky clean. Your circle is a reflection on you. So don't participate in online groups that may embarrass you. If you have malicious information that appears on Google, you cannot delete it. But you can bury it. By answering questions on forums and creating daily blog posts, your positive content will rise to the top.

• Go directly to the source. Don't wait for a vacancy to be posted on the popular job boards. Instead, check Hoover and other business databases to find companies in your industry. Go to their websites and check the links "Careers", "Employment" or "Jobs". If these links aren't listed, call the company and ask where they post their vacancies. They will be happy to give you the URL or direct you to the external website where the posts are listed.
How to Find a Job Online How to Find a Job Online Reviewed by Editor on May 03, 2020 Rating: 5
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