Job search is a long process. But you can definitely shorten this period by reviewing your job search and following some useful tips. There can be a number of reasons behind your not getting hired. How can you examine your job search? Yes, there are a number of essential points that you need to consider. There are quite a few questions that you need to ask yourself. Does your resume make for a good advertising copy? Do you have a problem with your body language? Do you tend to have habits that irritate interviewers and turn them off?
Consider some essential points and follow the tips :
Fine-tune your cover letter
Watch your body language at a job interview
Fill in that resume blank with volunteering work
Watch out for small details on the resume
Include accomplishments to set the resume apart from others
Ensure you match the job description
Put the interviewer at ease (the reverse of it may not always be the best plan)
Plan before you pursue
Apply for positions that employers are finding hard to fill (in case you are switching careers or breaking into a new industry)
Try to consider each of the above mentioned points one by one. You really need to give it a serious thought if it’s been quite a long time since you started searching for jobs. And do remember to fill out those long blanks on your resume with some volunteering works that you did. Volunteering work on the resume really looks good and impresses employers. It shows that you are active and energetic. And that you took out time to help others even when you were having a hard time yourself.