Job Search Tips – How to Find a Job When No One’s Hiring


Basically, there are three major bands of thoughts running through your head when you’re looking for employment. One, you have the need to get a job. That is, you must have some money to get you through each day and to pay all of your bills. You have to have a job. If there’s no money, there’s no income.

The second thought that comes to mind is, “How am I going to find a job?” The third is, “How am I going to find employment?” It’s the same Spirit! You are always in pursuit of the next opportunity.

You may have an opportunity now, but it may be lost later in a down cycle.abouts 30 million people have lost their jobs, either permanently, short-term, or temporarily. (Don’t forget to add the 14 million who are newly unemployed, plus the 6 million who stopped looking. magnitude 2: ratio of unemployed to gainfully employed is now about 50:1.)

They are huge job opportunities in the yachting sector.

POOR Fire Signs: Job Seekersare often blindfounded by bad fires.I have seen it. I have seen it last month in a branch of my network; I saw it just this morning in a hotel across the street. These were not ordinary, ordinary jobs that were lost. These were jobs that were automated within a few days, jobs that were sent to India or China, or to India or China — and were never heard from again!

Here are three tips to find a job fast.

Three Job-Search Tips for the unemployed:M Diplomacy, the #1 killer skill needed for a job, is often called the Bar-Gossip Disease. It kills people who never had a job or worked in their chosen field. I have experienced it myself. Anyone who knows me (and I have been around a while now) can attest to my “illness” and short comings. I don’t know why I wasn’t “written” off already, in several instances. If you read my words carefully and follow them, there is a simple way to turn the tides:

Do not take advice from “ugs” (unemployed people, for the record). Quit whenever you can.

Do not put your resume on any of the giant job boards like Monster.com or CareerBuilder.com. Use that to look for a job, not an opportunity. (Career Builder recommends this, too.)

Do not apply to jobs for which you don’t fit the requirements. If that’s the case, just think about the probably outcome if you pursue this option. It’s highly unlikely you’ll get the job, not even a telecommuting position.

Do not put in your resume: “Was told I was in the middle of hiring…” Try somewhere else. Know the job requirements, and target those.

Do not use your email to look for a job. Put away your email (or know someone who does) and the accompanying App Mini and other junk.

Do not put in your cover letter, your resume, or the accompanying materials people expect you to put in. Pay attention to the information that’s provided, and don’t be surprised if you don’t find it either.

If you must, check your resume and reflection for spelling errors. No one wants to hire someone who needs a resume!

If you must, check your resume and the materials people expect you to put in.

Try to keep your resume and the attached resume P.O. boxes file easily. This will make it easier to spot errors.

Less is more on your resume. Less is more on your resume. Less is more on your resume.

When you prepare a reflective cover letter, you should not include any reference to sales, unless you are asked about it.

Think in terms of the result. In other words, design a product testimonial. This might be a product you wear, or the results you have produced.

Think in terms of the result. In other words, design a product testimonial. This might be a product you wear, or the results you have produced.

Testimonials are great. Use them.

Also use lots and lots of keywords. The more keywords you use, the better. Exceptions apply where necessary in proof-reading. Don’t get too crazy though. Be relative.