To find your dream job, you first need to understand what professional areas you are interested in. The following questions will help you understand this: how can I change the situation of finding a job for the benefit of myself? How can I use my experience? What do I like to do?
Once you have sorted out the areas of interest, make a list of companies where you see yourself in the future. Find out more about their work, see their social media pages. After that, you can adapt your resume to the employer's requirements.
Pay attention to everything you do in the job search process. Forget about mass mailings of the same resume. Always prepare a separate resume for each job you are interested in and make a cover letter. The employer needs to see in you not just a good specialist, but a person who is right for him.
Use modern technologies to learn more about a potential employer. Feel free to write comments on the social media pages of the companies where you want to work. The main thing is to remain polite and always follow the rules of business etiquette.
Explore your strengths.
The employer values those employees who know exactly what benefits they can bring. When you get a call with an offer to pass an interview (by phone or in-person), you should be ready to briefly but convincingly tell about why you are suitable for a particular company. It is better to think about this in advance.
Be guided by the principle "the more people know what kind of work I need, the better." Tell your friends and acquaintances about your dream job. Do not hesitate to communicate on this topic with people who are far from your chosen field. Remember the six-handshake theory: there are only five people between you and the right job, and you never know which of your friends knows the right employer.
Use multiple job search channels.
Don't limit yourself to one that you consider traditional, such as recruitment portals. Use all the opportunities that you have: tell your friends and former colleagues that you are looking for a job, make posts on social networks (on your page and in thematic groups), communicate with representatives of recruitment agencies, go to job fairs.
Learn the basics of business correspondence and writing sales texts.
You will need the ability to properly build communication and present your best qualities at all stages of employment, starting with communication with friends, ending with the moment when you are offered the desired position.
Don't be afraid of rejection.
Don't let them negatively affect your self-esteem or become an obstacle in your way. Treat a failed attempt as a training exercise, because it is a practice that allows us to hone our strengths. Remember: you will definitely find your employer, but only if you search.