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Career Tips In Energizing A Stagnant Job Search

The whole job search process may seem a bit stale for those job seeking professionals that have been searching for a job for months or more. Countless hours despite the minimal feedback are spent on job search websites and job search engines. Questioning your career choices, professional skills, experience, qualifications or even doubting your education are all you will inevitably begin to ask yourself.

We will be providing job search strategies and tips to revive your job hunt and revitalize your career confidence in this series.

In getting your foot in the door, seeking out short term, part-time or temporary work in your career field is a good way to do it. Even if there does not seem to be any full time jobs opening anytime soon, your employer can get to know you and your work ethic through part time work and temporary work. If a job happens to open up or a new position is created, out of all the other applicants, you are at a higher advantage.
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A big investment, in all likelihood, is what hiring you is to any company or organization. Search for yourself online to determine your digital footprint and check whether you share a name with someone that could create a career opportunity or a problem with your online image. By using your personal brand, let your employer know what your strengths are, why they should hire you and to prove that you are a worthy candidate to invest in. The personal brand, if you remember, is your life and professional skills as they appear online.
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If you have not considered new job markets in your previous job hunting strategies, think of diversifying your job search by branching out. Examine and compare the area employer’s job positions, job descriptions they seek and the qualifications in your resume. Do not apply for personnel jobs and engineering or accounting jobs if you are neither good at people nor math.

If your job appears stalled, take this time to refresh your resume and your professional image by reviewing your resume and your overall professional image. Included here are your cover letter, professional references and even your professional social media sites. Give your resume a second look if employers have already seen your resume and you have yet to receive any responses from them. A definite turn off to any potential employer are spelling mistakes, typographical errors and poor grammar which is why you need to check your resume for any of these mistakes.

A proactive approach may present you with new career opportunities and can open up new doors for a wider job search.