Career fairs allow job seekers to speak to employers to expand their network and learn about possible job openings. YAH! Job Fairs should be a crucial piece to your job search strategy.
YAH! specializes in resume writing that yields results. The first impression that a hiring manager or a recruiter have of you even before meeting is your resume, it must be impressionable.
Don't limit your job searching to the top sites like Monster, Indeed, or CareerBuilder. Check the smaller niche sites that focus on a particular geographic locations or career field such as YAH! and you will find plenty of job listings. Networking works, too. Tap into your network of contacts to see who might be able to help you with job leads or a referral.
If you're not on LinkedIn you don't exist. Considering that more than 90% of recruiters use LinkedIn as their primary search tool, this is not an understatement. If you’re a professional, you need to not only be on LinkedIn, you need to be using it to your full advantage. Don’t believe me? Think about it this way: If tomorrow morning, a recruiter logs onto LinkedIn looking for someone in your geography, with expertise in what you do, and you’re not there? Guess who they’re going to find and contact? Yes, that person’s name is “not you.”
YAH! can help create a resume that that is impressionable and we also have interview technique courses as well. Utilize free or inexpensive servcesi that provide career counseling and job search assistance such as college career offices, state Department of Labor offices or your local public library. Many libraries provide workshops, programs, classes, computers and printers you can use, and other resources to help you with your job search.
Consider crafting, original, genuine thank you notes (one for each interviewer) the moment you get back to a computer, following the interview. The speed with which you send the notes, and the quality, will make an impact.
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