Make your job application stand out with pimped-up job search tools
Your Job Search Tools should reflect who you are
The first part of this guide focuses on who you are, what your skills are, and how you want employers to perceive you. As you progress, you will relate your skills to the job requirements. You will also clarify whether the company offering the job meets your career and life expectations. Hence, part one brings you to unveil who you are.
Your Job Search Tools should unveil who you are
Meaning, you possess the technical know-how to do the job successfully. Owning a set of skills suggests that you spent time developing and nurturing those skills.
So you made some choices and took some decisions based on what your goals in life are. Your curriculum vitae should reflect the goal you chose.
The curriculum vitae also showcases your achievements. Each achievement should be staged to explicitly demonstrate the skills you earned and explain the experience earned.
Your Job Search Tools should explicit how well you and the company match
The cover letter says what a good match you are for the company.
Being a good match for the company means that you share the same values as the company. And that you will most certainly get along well with your co-workers.
If you want to convince someone, you must be sure about your own choices and decisions. This course is about “finding the job you love, so you never feel like you are working”.
- Use a life vision for easy job searching
- Why should you be chosen for the job?
- Give your curriculum vitae a goal
- Unveil skills by staging achievements
- Tell Human Resources how much you love them
- Prospective Letter: nudging in 4 easy steps