What Jobseekers can learn from New Year’s Resolutions
So it’s the New Year, and without a doubt millions of people will be noting their new year’s resolutions. Webrecruit picks some of the most popular goals individuals set, and explores them from a job seeker perspective.
…from your CV. Maybe your resume is a bit too long, and therefore isn’t appreciated enough by recruiters and employers. Try and cut it down to 2 – 3 pages, and include only what’s necessary for the particular job you are applying for.
….by managing your job search. You will feel much more prepared if you set times and objectives for your job seeking. Aim to have your CV revamped by a certain date, or set a period of time during the day to look for new positions.
Spend Less, Save More
…spend less time making generic applications, and save your energy by making your CV the best it can be. It’s as simple as that.
Enjoy Life to the Fullest
…enjoy your search; it doesn’t have to be a chore. You can learn about your interests and career, so make the most out of jobseeker resources that are available. And if you can’t have that dream job right now, what can you do to get it?
Learn Something Exciting
…get a new qualification or learn a new skill. What is it that you’re missing from your career at the moment that you’d like to learn or develop? There are many courses and qualifications you can take on, to improve yourself and your occupation.
Get 8 Hours of Sleep
…sleep really is crucial. And if you want to be on your best form for interviews, get your 8 hours and you will be on top of your game as well as being more mentally prepared.
…is your job search stressing you out? Now is the time to do something about it. Don’t drive yourself crazy with your job search; manage your time wisely and remember to take a break.