Job searching is tough business. You can literally spend hours searching for jobs upon jobs, but what if you could make the jobs come to you?
With such a saturated job market, job seekers can be overlooked in a sea of candidates, but there are some tips and tricks to keep in mind if you want recruiters to come “knocking” on your virtual door!
Through the lengthy job search and nerve wracking interviews, you were extended a job offer, congrats! But, what’s next? It’s a great feeling to know all of your hard work has paid off but there are things to consider before accepting an offer.
With the job positions increasing, hiring managers are using social media more than ever to understand potential candidates before offering the job. Job seekers should check their social media pages and comb through each network to confirm there is correct spelling, appropriate photos and other info that won’t be red flags. Social recruiting continues to be on the rise and according to a recent study by Jobvite, 73% of recruiters have hired a candidate through social media and 93% of hiring managers will review social profiles before offering a job.
As we slowly roll into December, things might start ramping but, but don’t forget to continue your job search!
Many people probably think, “oh it’s such a busy time of year, no one is going to hire” but you might actually get lucky. AOL Jobs posted an article sharing eight reasons why you should push through the job search during the holiday season.