Get Hired: 130+ Tips for Job Seekers from the Experts


The average job search takes about six weeks – which, for most of us, is about six weeks too long. We want that darn job now! And who can blame us? There are bills to pay, mouths to feed, and career moves to be made. Few, if any of us, have time for lengthy job searches.

We at Recruiter.com are here to help, which is why we’ve compiled this book of 130+ job search tips. We asked the experts for their insights on everything from penning the perfect cover letter to emerging victorious from a meeting with a hostile interviewer. So, if you’re currently on the hunt for a new job – or you’re planning to go on the hunt someday – then dive right in and learn everything you need to know about succeeding in your search.

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Get Hired: 130+ Tips for Job Seekers from the Experts

What you will learn in this eBook

We asked the experts for their insights on everything from penning the perfect cover letter to emerging victorious from a meeting with a hostile interviewer. By reading our tips, you will learn…

1
Skills Employers Want to See in Candidates
2
How You Can Stand Out from the Crowd
3
The Best Places To Look for A Job
4
Great Tools and Strategies to Use In Your Job Search

Sneak peek

6 Resume Tips You Haven’t Heard Yet

The most effective resumes contain information related to results. Saying you’ve designed a successful benefits program is vague. Saying that you’ve designed a benefits program that saved the company $1.5 million over three years while maintaining a 90 percent employee approval rating tells me that you are as strategic as you are tactical. A sales resume indicating several years of sales experience is okay, but as we know, it could have been one year of bad sales experience repeated several times. I need to know what you accomplished and how you contributed to the company’s bottom line.

Chapters

The Basics
Resumes and Cover Letters
Social Media and Tech
Unemployment
Where To Look for a Job
Get Hired: 130+ Tips for Job Seekers from the Experts