Develop a Good Resume’ – make sure that you present what you have accomplished – not just where you have worked.
- Network with friends, former co-workers, former bosses, associations in your industry, vendors, and clients that you know well from your past experience.
- Use Web Search Tools such as www.CareerBuilder.com and www.Monster.com, as well as other sites that allow you to see companies who are hiring and who will help make your resume’ available to those seeking your skill sets.
- Develop Relationships with recruiting firms who specialize in your industry. This is especially helpful for managerial positions or for fields where there are shortages such as nursing.
- Make and Keep Appointments – Don’t sit at home behind your computer all day. Pick up the phone and get in front of some folks who may have open positions or be able to give advice or referrals. Follow up after interviews, thank them and let them know you are interested.
You Are Not Done When You Get The Job
Now that you have the new job, you will want to accomplish a great deal so that you can keep your end of the bargain and also have excellent accomplishments to put on your resume’ for the next step in your career. If you do this, you will be making the most of your one and only life – That’s OlyLife! Comment below and Let Us Know how you are doing in your search.