Whether you're unemployed or working but entertaining thoughts of moving on, finding a new job is an involved process that takes lots of commitment and hard work. Sifting through job openings can be akin to finding a needle in a haystack.
Searching through that proverbial haystack, however, is even more difficult when you're forced to compete against hundreds of others doing exactly the same. But finding a job, and doing so quickly, doesn't need to be so difficult.
The following tips should help cut down on the trials and tribulations of looking for work.
· Network. Family, friends, former co-workers or anyone else you have regular contact with outside of your current office can all be great sources of information when looking for a job.
· Get organized. Keep track of your job-searching efforts.
· Know what you have to offer.
· Customize your letters and resumes.
· Stay motivated. Keep working hard and you'll find that, in due time, opportunity will come knocking.
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