There are ways you can increase the chances of job searching.
Although in the world the number of unemployed increases for the fourth consecutive month, there are ways you can increase your chances of job searching.
1. Quality instead of Quantities
So far, you have submitted hundreds of job applications thinking that it will open you more options for a new job. If this method did not prove efficient, it is time to choose quality instead of quantum. Compile your choices and concentrate on a smaller number of companies that will offer you a quality resume and business appeal.
2. Talk to the “former”
Interact with your former colleagues with whom you have collaborated successfully and inform them that you are looking for a job. If you can not directly assist, you may be able to supply you with contacts that may be of crucial importance.
3. Write a Better Supplement Letter
With a good CV, it is important to write a good supporting letter. Avoid repeating what is already written in a CV but in front of a possible employer “come out” with a work outline and some personality.
4. Learn From Errors
Looking for a job can also be a “revision” of past experiences so there is an opportunity to look back at mistakes like those when you did a job you were not happy with.
5. Help others
If you have friends looking for a job and seeing ads that may interest them, you must pass them on. Also, if, for example, you know people in positions that could hire some of your acquaintances, mediate in this case as well.