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Optimizing Your Chances of Landing a Job

June 30, 2016
Optimizing Your Chances of Landing a Job

As the job market is constantly evolving, it is becoming increasingly more paramount for job seekers to develop their knowledge and mastered certain skills. It is important to understand that employers are forced to sift through a large amount of employment applications in order to find the ideal candidate for the positions they offering, meaning that one simple oversight can cause your application to be moved to the bottom of the stack.

Following are a few job etiquette tips that will help you land a job in a highly competitive job market.

Heal your social media presence

Your social media presence can not only influence your job searches, it can also cost you your current job. You should be looking to use social media to your advantage, not your detriment. Refrain from negative posts that can be viewed as unprofessional.

Read the job description

By failing to read the job description, you can easily omit something that the employer is looking for.

Respond to correspondences in a timely manner

If you are currently working, it is understandable if you are unable to respond to a correspondence from a potential employer immediately. However, you should respond as soon as you are able to.

Do your research

To do your research. You should not have to ask a potential employer what type of work the company does, you should already know.

Tailor your resume to fit the job posting

Tailor your resume to the job in terms of what the job requires. Employers generally appreciate the attention to details. Be thorough.

Reiterate your interest in the position

While applying for the job is implicit of your interest, you should make sure to reiterate that interest after the interview with a follow-up.

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