Twenty Five Golden Tips For Finding Your 1st Job in a Private Sector Organization
Finding first job is a milestone in any individual’s career. It gives you confidence as before getting first job majority of candidates lack self confidence that’s why it is considered the most difficult task in any one’s life. But if you make a proper and well planned job strategy for this purpose, you can even succeed in your first attempt. We have compiled 25 super tips for finding first job in private sector. We hope that you will like these super tips. Soon we shall also publish 25 super tips for finding your first job in public sector.
1-Make a list a top organizations in which you want to get a job and in spite of visiting their websites frequently use Google Alert tool for having instant alerts about available jobs in your favorite companies.
2-Never ignore hidden job market and use your resources to explore opportunities in hidden job market.
3-Do not use a template CV for every job. You should change your CV as per the requirements of each organization you are applying to.
4-Before going for interview research the company profile on net. Visit their website and study their structure, products, annual reports, working methodology and compare it with their competitors in the market and make a comparison report so that you may be able to speak fluently about the steps which you will like to take for better performance of the company in future.
5-Remain in touch with your job seeker friends to share available job opportunities and mutual experiences.
6-In Pakistan job seeker neither make cover letter nor they write follow-up letter both these letters leave good impression.
7-Practicing the expected questions makes it easier for you to face the interviewers confidently.
8-Do not hesitate to ask the questions to interviewer but avoid unnecessary questions.
9-Meet your employed friends off and on as there is possibility of finding job in their organization too.
10-Check your email inbox regularly and respond each email immediately.
11-In the beginning you need experience so do not bargain with the employer of any reputed company.
12-Make your account on maximum job portals.
25 Super Tips For Finding Your First Job in Private Sector
13-Utilize the social media too like Facebook, Google+, Twitter and specially Linkedin.
14-Avail every opportunity of internship as experience matters a lot in every job market. Even if you are offered unpaid internship, accept it. Internships help you understanding the practical atmosphere of your field which boosts your confidence and helps you in answering the questions in interviews too.
16-Your dressing should be moderate neither overdress nor informal.
17-Attend the job fairs organized by educational institutes, media groups and other organizations. Here you can gain lot of experience in one day. Apply for every jobs related to your field and appear in maximum on spot interviews.
18-Private sector organizations prefer your skills more than your degrees. So improve your skills and attend the refresher courses, seminars and workshops related to your field for improving your skill and knowledge. Also use internet for updating yourself about the latest research in your field.
19-Learn the difference between EQ and IQ level and improve both of them.
20- Do not waste time during your job searching era. Improve your communication, IT and typing skills. Learn shorthand too.
21-Make your profile on the job portals of big organizations as many organizations like Geo TV, NLC etc have made their job portals where candidates can make their profile. At the time of future hiring company do consider these profiles too.
22-Read newspapers daily for improving your general knowledge. Visit library regularly if you do not have internet facility at home.
23-Consult with your teachers and career counseling office of your last institution too.
24-Confidence, knowledge, skill and hard wok are key elements for success.
25-Do not avoid government jobs and avail every opportunity both in public and private sector.
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