‘Tis the Season to be jolly, and also find a new job! Being unemployed or in a job that doesn’t
Realizing you have a lot of time on your hands while you’re not working
Being unemployed can mean that you have a lot more free time that you’re not necessarily used to. The best thing you can do for yourself is to keep yourself to a schedule. Set an alarm to wake up around the same time every day, and do your best to stick to it. Do something daily, whether it’s exercising, cooking, cleaning the house, commit to something that will keep you to a schedule. Then take the extra time to work on your resume, LinkedIn profile, and cover letter. In the end, the extra time will give you a leg up on the competition because you’ll have the flexibility to interview at any time.
When you (finally) finish your Resume
Finish and perfecting your resume is a true art form, from formatting to wording, to squeezing everything into one or two pages, it can take a lot of work to make your resume look perfect. Remember that you don’t need to make it perfect and to ask colleagues or you recruiter for help! At the end of the day, if your skills and past experience reflect the jobs you are applying for, your resume will be the key to getting your first interview.
When you get your first interview
The nerves and excitement that come with interviews don’t go away no matter how many you’ve sat in. Whether it’s your first job or your 10th job, interviews can be
When you get an offer for your dream job
Landing a new job, and landing a job that you love may seem impossible, but at the end of the
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