Do you hate to perform a job search? Does it make you sick just thinking about searching for a job? Well, you are not alone. People who have worked their entire lives at a business and then get laid off or fired are at a loss when it comes to searching for another job. It may have been over 20 years since the person has written a resume.
Here are some job search remedies for you.
Find someone else to write your resume
Avoid the pain of writing your resume by asking someone else to write it. Of course you can pay someone to write it at Monster.com. For $249 you can get a cover letter and resume written for you. Tackle the job of writing your resume as soon as possible. If you put it off, you are losing months of time in getting that job. Don’t sweat it too much though because there are websites that can actually give you ideas about writing your resume.
Job Search Websites
- LinkedIN provides you with search features for the zip code you live in and is a networking website of professional business people.
- Monster.com will allow you to build your resume online or upload your own. They also offer professional resume writing for you.
- Indeed.com is actually a job search engine. As of July 25, they had posted 141,178 new jobs in the past 7 days. It searches job sites, newspapers, associations and company career pages.
When you are looking for a job, it is easy to get overwhelmed with advice. Try just a few of these ideas to see if they will remedy your job searching headaches. Leave us some of your suggestions to add to this article.
Rent a Movie
You may be depressed about your job loss, but watching this movie will make you think about your situation in a new light. This movie will move you from the couch to the floor because you are laughing so hard.