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govtjobform   , 34

from Springfield State Rev 3707


Ten Tips for Job Seekers

Like a good aunt I have prepared a set of guidelines for those who are looking for a latest govt jobs. Here it is below:

1. Nothing leafleting, better one-on-one. You are very interested in the place or company to which you are sending your CV? Avoid being one of many who simply send an email to the address that is in the website section "Work with us" or by filling out a form. Spends at least an hour to do research (Google knows things!), Find other people who work for the same company and see if you have contacts in common, studied the site and all information that are available, if you participate in events where there are people in the company, seize the opportunity to know them, if the size of the company allow it do before a phone trying to talk to the personnel manager. Presented and anticipates sending the CV. If you manage to be a purple cow  definitely your application starts with a plus

2. Keep an updated CV & Admit Card before sending it but customize it. Details better have some experience or training course, read more results join in a certain role, quotes or not the title of the thesis, depending on the recipient

3. Controls the 'e-mail address from which you send your CV if it is that of the company for which you work will not make a great figure, if it is cipollina85, even; if Free email services are using, avoid those that leave at the end of email animated elephants and the like

4. The email accompanying the CV is important; not to repeat the same things you say in your CV, you get out of your voice especially putting in relief motivations and expectations. Granted, but not too much: by the form. typos or email anything that open and close without greeting unsigned. Be ready with Govt Job Form

5. Care of your web presence. True for those looking for a job that has to do with the web and communication. Otherwise in Italy still well fields with e-mail (or without).

The minimum equipment is a website with information about you, nice and full, possibly on your own domain, with name and surname. He says definitely more of a traditional CV, can sometimes replace it. A replacement of the site or very recommended, keep a blog in which you speak of the object of your work. It serves in some way to make it clear how much you know and still is a first presentation. Also to blog about hobbies or staff is a signal of interest for the network; eye to side effects: if you talk about what you threw up Saturday night after drinking the impossible, might not play in your favor;). Google still controls what comes through the results looking for your first and last name: should be exactly what you want the company knows about you

6. by your presence on social networks. Depending on what you care, there are particularly suitable. In general, I think of LinkedIn ; but spend a bit 'of time to locate those frequented by people of your environment (or one in which you want to enter)

7. look for a job is a process, not a moment. Take care of your network of relationships before you are absolutely necessary to have a network of relationships. Invest time, actively participates in industry forums, take part in the events and do not isolate yourself. Similarly, ask yourself periodically as are your skills compared to what the market wants, on average, for the role that interests you