Time Saving Tips To Speed Up Your Job Search
Let’s start with the hypothetical situation. You have decided to build your career in medicine, you have done the work, got the grades, and you are ready to take this major leap into the unknown.
Speed Up Your Job Search
But, where do you begin?
Sometimes you hear of the graduate who just happened to be in the right place, at the right moment. During a divine intervention, the heavens parted, and a beam of light pointed the hiring expert to be. Little things like resumes, education, references, and future goals were irrelevant, and the relationship catapulted the job seeker to unthought of heights. While this may be possible; it is doubtful. Reality is much different.
Different industries have their own rules
The healthcare industry is unrivaled, and that is not going to change. The very nature of business ensures this.
The concept of supply and demand leaves the runway wide open. There will always be:
- Life (births)
Avoidable mistakes that can cost you the job
You may be the perfect person for the position you are seeking. But, they will never know that, if you present yourself inappropriately. In this article, we will give you some tips on how to get your foot in the door. Before we begin, we will give you some tips on what not to do.
– Do not be late
There is no reason that is acceptable for being late. Drive the route before the interview. Know where you are going. Do not underestimate rush hour traffic. It would be better to get there early and sit in the parking lot and wait than to get there late.
if you find yourself in an unavoidable situation and you are going to be late. Call and let them know the problem. If the interviewer allows you to come in a few minutes later, do not arrive rushed and flustered. Do not go on and on about the issue or continually apologize. Thank them for seeing you, Apologize once. Then, let it go. Handle yourself in a professional manner.
– Do not dress inappropriately
Wear clothes that are “business casual.” Do not wear clothes that are revealing, too tight, or sloppy.
– Know when to stop talking
Are you a nervous talker? Do you feel the need to toot your own horn? At this time in the process, you are being judged on your presentation, personality, and how well your goals and dreams fit in with the opportunity that is available. Over-talking can make you seem like you are “selling” yourself. This rarely gives the impression you intend to.
Tips to landing the job of your dreams
Take the time to research the job and company you are reaching out to. Check their standing with the Better Business Bureau, the local chapter of The Chamber of Commerce. Do a Google search on the interviewer. It never hurts to get some insight on his dream. This is a great ice breaker.
Keep your social media sites current
Whether you want to face it or not, your social media sites are checked. Employers, competitors, and coworkers keep you on the radar. When you are looking for a job, be sure you update often. If you would not put a joke or photograph on your desk on the first day of work, then it should not be part of your social media profile.
This means, keeping up with people you may know in a company. It is keeping your ears and eyes focused on current opportunities. It also means sharing that information.
- Keep your resume, cover letter, and email information current.
- Watch your Linkedin.com account. Know who is checking you out.
- Be persistent, but not pushy. It is never a good idea to get off to a bad start with the people who work in the field you are breaking into.
As you grow, you will get plenty of practice and first hand experience regarding what it takes to climb the ladder of success.
You will get the hang of it soon enough.
Until then, if you are uncertain how something works, find out. The risk takers of today will be the champions of tomorrow.
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