Thursday, 1 December 2016

How To Get a Job In 7 Steps Easily, Goal setup

Are you looking for a job for months? Have you sent your resume to hundreds of job applications without obtaining just results?

In this article I want to share with you the process that I have usually followed to get work ,
and that has given me very good results, and quite possibly is radically different from the process you are following.
The method is really simple, it is divided into 7 steps and once estructures and repeat it every day, you will be able to multiply your results, and find work more easily.

HOW TO GET A JOB IN 7 STEPS
Here are the step by step guide for you to get a job, and belive me if you follow below step carefully then you must got a job. But must read full article carefully.

⏩ 1. ANALYSE YOUR STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES
The first point is to be aware of your strengths and weaknesses. Normally one of the typical questions in a job interview is usually "tell me your strengths and weaknesses , " and if you have not thought about them previously, you can see committed and jeopardize the interview.

On the other hand when developing your resume , strengths and weaknesses play a fundamental role, since it is the first thing you will find the person who looks at your resume, and decide if you get a chance or not, depending on East.

You'll think about your strengths
TRAINING
What stands out most, or what is missing in your training, facing the job you want to choose?
If you have an MBA, a BA courses abroad, are data put on your resume, and bring forth to light in the interview. Conversely, if you are not training you should focus your resume and interview in other ways.
WORK EXPERIENCE
How much have relevant experience for the position job?

Do not think only in terms of technical requirements (such as programming or management of Microsoft Office), also thinks in terms of skills (project management, leadership, work under pressure), notes the most important aspects, as you will use in the next step.

SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE TO THE JOB
What kind of work you have a good profile?

This is the technical part of your strengths and weaknesses, here you have to quantify as possible. For example level of English, certifications tools or achievements in your previous works are aspects that make you more attractive to businesses.

MOTIVATION
What type of work motivates you, and what kind of work does not motivate you?

This is key to addressing the successful job interview. Detect those aspects that you liked most of your training or previous work, and who are those who seek in your new jobs, because surely these works are closely related to your strengths and your weaknesses related bit.

You can read my article on how to find a job you are passionate to know what kind of work it may be appropriate for you.

Once you do this, make a list of possible job positions you think you'd get taking into account all these aspects.

⏩ 2. MAKE A GOOD RESUME
With the information you have collected in the previous step in terms of training and experience you'll develop a curriculum that is able to show the company that you are able to solve their problems and needs, emphasizing your strengths and minimizing your potential weaknesses ( as it could be lack of training, experience, etc).

⏩ 3. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF SOCIAL NETWORKS AND JOB PORTALS
The job search is to be carried out increasingly through social networks such as Linkedin or Xing.
Social networks offer many more possibilities than traditional job portals when getting work.
While in employment portals adopt a passive attitude, sending your resume and waiting to be contacted in social networks adopt an active attitude make it known as a professional.

Specifically, Linkedin offers the possibility of :
Contact with other professionals in order to increase your chances of getting a job.
Follow companies to find out when they post jobs and submit your resume.

On Twitter you can:
Following companies to be aware of what publish jobs.
Use #hashtags for possible jobs (#SoftwareJobs, #ITJobs, #ManagerJob). These allow you to save hours hashtag search job portals.
Follow other job.

⏩ 4. MAKE A LIST OF COMPANIES WHERE YOU WOULD LIKE TO WORK
The next step once you've built your resume, and you open your profile on social networks is to find companies that could offer you the job of your dreams . To do this you go to:

Find information about companies that have announced job offers that you might find useful.
Search for potential contacts within those companies on social networks (Linkedin).
Connect with them and send them a letter in order to have any chance of getting a job interview.
If you send one mail a day to a different person, at the end of month you will have 30 new contacts and 30 potential employment opportunities. It all adds up.

⏩ 5. MAKE "NETWORKING"
This is something that many people overlook.
Did you know that large companies select only 1% of its employees through job portals?

By this I do not mean that you will not get a job, I'm just saying you have to send at least 100 curriculums to have any chance. How many hours will miss doing this?

Instead of sending your resume through job portals, focus on contact with people who can give you a job . Focus on building relationships through social networks like Linkedin or events in your sector.

If you make 1 new contact every day, at the end of the year you can have 365 new employment opportunities.

⏩  6. BUILD YOUR PERSONAL BRAND
Personal branding is a booming trend, and gives you value as much higher than can you provide any professional resume.
Among the advantages of having a personal brand we can include:

- Position yourself as an expert in a niche market.

- Send a single message, you apart from other candidates for the post of employment.

- To become the demand rather supply. You're not a candidate's job seeker, you are a leader who look for companies.

You can start building your personal brand on social networks like Linkedin and Twitter, and you can go beyond opening a blog or editing videos on youtube related to the topic in which you work.

⏩ 7. PERFECTS THE JOB SEARCH PROCESS
The last step is to integrate all the above steps in a systematic job search and contact creation process. You must perfect each step of the process :

Differentiate your resume : build a curriculum that differentiates you from other candidates
Learning to use social networks and job search portals: perfects the art of looking for work on the Internet, use your existing network of contacts, expand it and generate new employment opportunities.
Build personal brand : go beyond a simple resume, show your knowledge and position yourself as a leader increases your chances of getting a job.
Hone your strategy and tactics in job interviews : Learn to prepare, respond and systematize the whole process of selection of any company.
The key to all this is: "practice, practice, practice"

I hope the article has been useful, Thanks for reading.
Best of luck
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