Looking for a job can quickly look like the obstacle race. In order not to feel overwhelmed and demotivated, it is important to keep the focus on your goals and structure your job search. There is no miracle recipe, but a good organization will allow you to be more efficient and optimize your search time. Follow our advice for an optimized job search.
As you know, looking for an active job requires several hours of work and is a full-time job. Good time management is essential, so that you don’t miss a great opportunity.
It is therefore important that you establish a routine and that you stick to it, to put luck on your side. It is more effective to work during the hours when you are usually more productive.
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It is not uncommon to see candidates applying accidentally twice to the same job offer. If you lose track of your application and inadvertently apply for the same job twice, you may be perceived as disorganized by the recruiters. To fix it, it's simple! Use a chart tracking all your job applications to avoid clumsiness.
In this table you can include:
Defining goals is very important in a job search. Whether you are a worker, at school or unemployed, the goals you set for your job search will vary.
For example, someone who works full time during the job:
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A CV already tells you a lot about the candidates' academic background and experience. Then, the various interviews give you a clearer idea of their talents, but only an assessment combining several steps (skills assessment interview, personality questionnaire and practical exercises) allows you to get the full picture.