How To Get A Job You Love This New Year

If you’re job hunting, January can be the best time to address your approach to applications. CV-Library are the experts on tailoring your job search to you; they have created some resolutions to make yourself the best that you can be when facing your potential new employers. I will de-stress: It’s good to be focussed on your job hunt, but becoming over-stressed can be counter-productive. Allow yourself to take a break when necessary – step away from your screen and do something else for half an hour. Even just switching from searching job boards to reading career advice articles can give your brain a break, and will still help you towards reaching your goal. I will be selective: It can be tempting to send your CV out to any old job in the hope of getting a bite, but think about this: if a recruiter receives your CV for a number of jobs you’re not qualified for, they will be less likely to take your application seriously in the future. Be selective about your approach, and tailor each application to the specific vacancy for maximum effectiveness. I will meet new people: If the recruiters you were connected with last year didn’t help you achieve the right results, try turning things up in the New Year. Go out of your way to introduce yourself to a handful of recruitment consultants who you’ve never worked with before. I will get out more: Career fairs and recruitment events are great places to meet potential employers and pick up tips about job hunting within your industry. I will give myself a makeover: Aim to give your CV and cover letter a makeover within the first few weeks of the New Year. Buy or rent a new interview outfit – the right clothes can make all the difference in your confidence levels. Finally, overhaul your online presence to ensure your details are up to date and your skills are on show. CV-Library has over 120,000 live UK job vacancies, so there really is something for everyone. Don't spend New Year feeling depressed over your unemployment or stuck in an old, dead-end job; there is always something better out there.

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