Science-Backed Habits Of Outrageously Successful Job Seekers
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We should try and learn every new skill possible and continuously build our personal brand.
Most people start their search for a job after years when they feel they should start looking for a job (like after being laid off). By making the task of seeking a job a constant endeavour, we become more and more employable every year, even while doing the same job.
The last decade has changed the way a recruiter looks at a profile. You need to constantly update and restructure the content with the market realities and demands.
Successful job seekers don’t just grab any job opportunity that comes their way and understand that they have to weigh in the long-term implications of any given profile, apart from the salary being offered.
One needs to figure out what would be the five-year or ten-year outlook of a certain profile if one invests their time and energy in it by accepting the current role.
Most of us look for jobs that we are comfortable with, something we have already done, even though it may not be something that is in demand by recruiters.
We have to let go of the mental blockages that prevent us from looking at profiles outside our area of expertise and are preventing our career growth.
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Your purpose to the question "tell me about yourself" is to give just enough details of yourself to spark the interest of the interviewer.
Answering this question gives you a great opportunity to spotlight the skills and experience that make you the ideal candidate for the job.
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make sure you know who is who, where they work, and how to get in touch.