After school getting a job is the next big milestone. However, during the period before you land a job, you’re going to face some rejection. It hurts, but with every rejection, you should be learning something that brings you closer to a job. That being said, here are 3 skills that will help in your job search.
How To Keep Editing Your CV
CVs aren’t meant to be the same for every role that you apply to. Instead, you’re supposed to keep editing them. You edit your CV for every job that you apply for. The hack is to look at the job description and look for the keywords. Then edit those keywords into your CV to match. That way you’re more likely to be seen as the person for the role.
You’ll Need To Know How To Network
Networking doesn’t always mean ‘connection’ and then you get a job. Networking is staying in touch with people, helping them when you can, and getting help back from them. Sometimes that help is telling you about an opportunity that not too many people know about or even teaching you about your industry.
Finally, you’re going to need to be able to sell people on you. The only way to get interview skills is through practice. The more you interview, the better you’ll get but you can also practice with friends and family, or even on your own to get better. You’ll find commonly asked interview questions on the internet, and here’s a guide on answering interview questions from an HR expert