8 inspiring blogs to help you get that job.

Paul Good

8 inspiring blogs to help you get that job.

Are you tired of applying for endless jobs, only to get the same response? We have listed 8 inspiring blogs that will help you break that cycle, from applying for jobs, to interview techniques. Don’t let the job market demotivate you, take a fresh look at some of these great tips.

Ā Apply for jobs? ā€“ Application form tips

This is a fantastic blog if you are applying for roles using application forms. With a simple guide on what you need to include and make your application stand out to help you get that job.

Extract

“Application forms are resumes, they follow the same process with recruiters and employers when picking candidates. The application will go through a digital filtering process, identifying keywords in the application.

Remember, hundreds of people are applying for the same position, unlike a resume where you can visual standout, an application form is all about your writing.”Ā 

 

 

TIPS FOR WRITING A COVER LETTER

If you are required to create a resume for a role, the next few inspiring blogs are for you. This blog is great for cover letter tips, keeping a brief description of what and what not to include.

Extract

“You shouldnā€™t apply for a job without reading carefully what the company expects from a candidate. Even though the job advert says ā€˜social media internā€™ and you think that you have relevant experience, it doesnā€™t necessarily mean that in your cover letter you should write about everything you think that might be important when applying for a position.”

 

 

Formatting Tips for Creating the Optimal Resume

Creating a Resume that Optimally Highlights Your Talent

Resumes: Final Tips and Strategies

Here are 3 fantastic blogs to help you create the optimal resume, from the format and highlighting your skills. Each blog helps you build the perfect resume for the role, increasing your chances to gain an interview for your perfect job.

Extract

“The key here is to not share your experience in a neutral tone, but rather share it in a success-oriented way. For example, share how you increased efficiencies by a certain percentage. Or, highlight that you just didnā€™t meet sales goals, but that you exceeded them by xx percent. Another example is to highlight how you implemented a process that cut costs by a specific money amount. By being specific you are making the success story more real. In addition, many of these statements are skills that an employer is many industries are focused on.”

 

 

Preparing for an Interview

Interviewing? You need examples!

Interview Questions (With Examples)

These 3 blogs are great for preparation for that interview. The blog’s layout the foundations of what is expected from the employers during an interview, from your knowledge of a company from research, answering a question that highlights your skills and example questions on how to respond. If you have an interview coming up, make sure to check these blogs out and increases your chances of getting that job.

Extract

“I have attended many interviews all in different formats and Iā€™ve also interviewed many others and the one thing that I have seen many people fail at is not using examples.”

There you have it, 8 inspiring blogs that will help you get hired. I hope these have helped and anyone currently applying for jobs I wish you the best of luck. Hopefully, you have found these useful. Let me know your thoughts, or share your experiences with MyNeedToLive

 

 

There you have it, 8 inspiring blogs that will help you get hired. I hope these have helped and anyone currently applying for jobs I wish you the best of luck. Hopefully, you have found these useful. Let me know your thoughts, or share your experiences with MyNeedToLive

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