Want that ideal job? 3 Guaranteed ways to help you get hired fast

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When looking for a job, it is very important to not just look for something that is available but also find a job that you know you want. Unfortunately, there are some people who don’t really have much of a choice when it comes to their job because they’re too concerned with finding employment, and think that it’s better to have a job that you don’t like than having no job at all.

However, for those who are lucky enough then the very first thing you must do is to basically assess yourself. Figure out your skills and your strengths that’ll set you apart from the pool of candidates.Image result for kenyan youth job seeking

Think of what you can do, and not what you can’t do

Identifying your skills will help you get the job you want to narrow down your abilities down along with all of the experiences you’ve amassed over your professional career. This will then help you figure out what field is best suited to your skillset.

If it helps, try asking your former co-workers or boss when it comes to your strengths and weaknesses. There are times that you can’t help by be biased about yourself so other peoples opinion about you will matter as long as they are reliable. Doing this will help you save time and money because you won’t be sending unnecessary resumes and going to interviews for jobs you don’t even qualify for or like.

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Once you’ve assessed your skills you can find a job much more easily, and you’ll also be likely to stick to it because it’ll be something you actually like. All this effort will all be worth it in the end once you manage to figure out what you want as well as what you can do. The job search has now been made easier thanks to advanced technology.

Adapt To The Modern World

This has got to be one of the most difficult things to do despite how ironic it actually sounds. People are so obsessed with advanced technology that sometimes they use it in ways that may not be beneficial for them. Social media has definitely taken over the world, and billions of people are on various networking platforms.

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If you are looking for a new job you may want to start your search with your social media accounts. What most people don’t know is that employers now use social media tools to look for potential employees and even do a background check on them.

This is not a violation of privacy because you are responsible for everything that you post on your page especially if your profile and posts are basically free for everyone to see. Which is why it is ideal and professional if you value your privacy by only letting people you know in your social media.

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Being responsible enough to protect your own privacy may be a major plus for your future employers. Employers are now relying on social media for background checks.

Know Your Worth

Pursuing new professional opportunities may be a great way to start the year, but it could also be something you’re dreading. When looking for job listings, you may find some positions that include the salary information on it. This information will help you assess whether it’s worth applying to.

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Bear in mind that when you’re applying for a job, it means you are interested in getting it to make sure that you only go for the ones you are willing to take. It is also very important for you to have a clear idea of how much you must earn. This is something that you must be honest about because you will end up just fooling yourself.

It may be difficult at first but, there are now some apps and online calculators out there that you can use to figure out your salary range based on your previous jobs and experiences. This will definitely make it easier for you to answer some questions regarding the compensation, while you’re in the midst of an interview.

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