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Learn how to customize your resume to your unique skills and career goals. Develop keywords to match specific job openings. Learn how to optimize your resume to pass recruiters’ screening software. Research the industry you are seeking employment with. See how a cover letter for one target job title is essential. Learn how to write your cover letter to capture employer’s attention. Showcase your value proposition and provide compelling call to action.
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Learn about specific questions that employers may ask during the interview process. Interview role-play by engaging with a member of our staff as if you were on interviewing with a potential employer. Practice Interview Etiquette. Researching the company you would like to interview with. Learn active listening and learn how to prepare questions for the interview.
Dressing for Success
Regardless of the type of job you’re interviewing for, that first impression should be a great one. When dressing for an interview for a professional position, dress accordingly in business attire. If you’re applying for a job in a more casual environment, such as a store or restaurant, it’s still important to be neat, tidy, and well-groomed, and to present a positive image to the employer. It is also important to think about your makeup and accessories when dressing for an interview.
Social Media and Job Searching
Networking is one of the most important components of job searching. In fact, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that 70% of all jobs are found through networking. Some surveys report even higher numbers. According to the Society of Human Resource Management, at least 84% of employers are using social media as a recruitment tool, with an additional 9% planning to do so. Learn about LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest search for the career of your dreams