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How to Use Job Search Sites & Tools

One of the best ways to find a job is to do an online search using a job search site. Most employers post job listings on a variety of different search sites. You can search for a job through traditional job search engine sites, company websites, networking sites, and niche job sites, to name just a few. You may also want to consider working with a recruiter to help you find more job opportunities. 

Keep Your Job Search Focused

When you go on a job search site, make sure you keep your search focused. Enter keywords that match your interests and skills in the location in which you prefer to work. Narrow down your search to those keywords to keep your results focused on the type of most relevant positions while eliminating those that are not relevant. You may also want to use the advanced search options available on many job search sites to help you focus even more closely on the location and positions for which you are looking. 

Use Job Search Apps 

You may want to take advantage of the many job apps, widgets, and tools available to help you organize, manage, and streamline your search. Using these tools, you can efficiently complete most of your job search using just your smartphone or tablet.

How to Use Professional Networking Sites

There are a variety of professional networking sites such as LinkedIn that you should be using to build your brand and gain professional connections. 

Build Your Professional Brand 

In addition to using job search sites to look for open positions, you can proactively set yourself apart in the eyes of recruiters and hiring managers by building your professional brand. Building your professional brand means that you’ll want to create a profile on professional networking sites such as LinkedIn (or update your profile if you’ve already created one). Many employers, recruiters, and hiring managers will use these profiles as part of their candidate screening process, so it is a good idea to make sure your profile is in alignment with your resume and targeted towards the types of positions you want. 

Make Connections 

Not only do you want to develop a strong professional brand, but you should also use professional networking sites to connect with others. You can connect through professional associations, alumni programs, and others to get started. The goal of making connections on professional networking sites is to gain access to contacts that may be able to point you in the right direction or may know of open positions for which you would be a great fit. 

Target Your Resume & Cover Letter

It is a smart idea to update your resume and cover letter regularly. Moreover, you’ll want to customize your resume and cover letter for each position you apply for rather than submitting the same document for every job. Since many employers and hiring managers go through a ton of resumes during the selection process, it is essential to make sure your resume showcases your qualifications that match the requirements of the job for which you are applying.

Final Word Your Job Search 

Finding and securing a new job is not always easy. Hopefully, these tips will help you stay focused and organized during your search to land a great job.