Whether you’ve been a part of the job force for years or you’re trying to find employment for the first time, you want to find a job that’s a great fit for you. Needs and preferences vary among job seekers, so a position that your friend is dreaming of might not be what you are searching for.
Regardless of which industry you’re in or how large of a salary you are trying to obtain, you can use these simple tips to help you find your dream job.
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Searching for a good employment position is no easy feat. There are several factors that come into play – such as the work/life balance, company culture, and benefits. While manually exploring each of these factors is possible, it’s going to cost a lot of time and money at the job seeker’s end.
Thankfully the internet has made it convenient for job seekers to research their prospective companies and find a position that coincides with their interests. This has been made possible with the growth of employer review websites. Consumers grew fond of Yelp and other review websites in the last few years – the affection of job seekers and employer review websites are no different.
The sites are also a means to gather information that can significantly increase the chances of employment. More importantly, candidates can find specific details about the organization of their choice – such as the mission of the company, which gives an insight of its future in the industry.
Here are the top 3 employer review websites for 2013.
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Prospects for job hunters aren’t exactly rosy right now. Unless you’ve been living in a cave (an option that seems increasingly attractive as rent levels continue to rise) you’ll have been confronted with some pretty ugly statistics about the jobs market. It’s a struggle, no two ways about it.
The time and effort required to do a good application is considerable. To receive a rejection, or even not to get a reply at all, is heartbreaking. However, finding out that you were made an offer but didn’t receive it feels even worse. Surprisingly this is not an uncommon occurrence. Making yourself as contactable as possible is one the absolute easiest ways to make sure you don’t miss out. It’s so simple that people forget to think about it. That can cost you a job.
Here are 3 things to look out for.
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