Thursday, April 26, 2007

Looking for a change of job?

Wherever I go the most common question that is worrying everyone is how to get a good job? Well I have some points that may be helpful to you.

First things first! You need to first make up your mind and decide which field and what position you want to change your job to.

Second most important thing then is to prepare your resume in a similar fashion that is in the direction of the position you want to apply for. Do not hurry while you prepare you resume, that is the most important thing when you are doing job hunting, since your resume is the first impression that the interviewer will have of you.

So first note down all the points, if you want take online help, there are many sites that provide free help in building ones resume.

After the resume is done you need to then post it on all the jobsites available on the net. If you don’t know where to get it from, Google is there to help you out! Just type the keywords in Google and you will get what you want!

Once the resume is uploaded on the many jobsites, you will start getting calls for interviews, which you then need to schedule according to the time that suits you…and you are done! Isn’t it?

NO you are not yet done!

Now that you have scheduled all your interviews, you need to then prepare for them. Ask for information like how many rounds of interviews will be there, what king of interviews? Verbal/Written? So that you can prepare accordingly for the job interview.

Many people get tensed on the big day that is the job interview day. This should not happen, you should always be confident of yourself and go with an attitude that the company is in need of me and not the other way round!

Once you are done with the various job interviews, you need to then sit down and decide which one bets suits your financial and professional needs, and only after much of thinking is done you can opt any one of the offers offered to you

I would like you to add some more points if you have any that can help people out there in getting better jobs.

-Stella Roy


Anonymous said...

Just perfect Stella - What you said in this is Good and helpful to people those who are looking for a change.

Your Joe

Pawan Dua said...

Correct you are!
Target your New Job, Your new employer, Your Expected compensation. Moreover and Important, be concise and clear with the Reason To change Job.
Must carry out SWOT analysis of existing situation and expected situation from new job.

Stella said...

Thanks all for your lovely comments and suggestion. I will definently try to implement it.

-Stella Roy

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Anonymous said...

Hi Thanks for suggestion, however if I am changing the field of my work i.e if I am shifting from software to networking then what should be done?

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