When the job market is shaky, it may be hard to imagine that your hard-earned college degree will be of much use. It is scary going out into the job world right now, but it is not impossible to find work. Here are some tips to help you find your job.
Make Sure Your Resume is in Order
Take a few hours to go over your resume and experience. Remember that first impressions last a long time.
Pick Up A Local Paper
It sounds old fashioned, but it can help. Local employers might not be the job you dreamed of while you were hitting those books in college. The experience that you can get at a local company can prove to be invaluable later in life.
Consider Working from Home
Be your own boss as you work from home. There are many sites that offer you this flexibility. www.flexjobs.com has been featured on CNN and is registered with the Better Business Bureau. This allows you to upload your resume. It also allows you to look for jobs specific to your needs. If you enjoy writing, iWriter or do freelance work at Upwork. could be the place for you.
And while you're on the Internet, why not look for a job online. It works!
The government is always a good place to look for a job. It is the largest employer in the country.
Dress to Impress
Styles have gotten more casual in the last few years. Don't let the casual style that you dress in everyday follow you to your interview. Dress as if you already have the job.
Remember that confidence is key. Now go get your job