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How To Get A Great Job? Recommendations of HR Managers

Almost all of us are familiar with the “charms” of the job search process: a daily study of Internet sites, nervous tension, a series of interviews and anxious waiting for their results, or, on the contrary, complete calm with a seeming abundance of vacancies. It happens that the path to the goal is delayed so much that getting a job seems something out of reach.

Advice from 500 global recruiters, interviewed by the rojgarnaukri.com recruiting portal research center, will help to start searching with new forces - who don’t know all the details of the employment process!

See a landmark
Do you clearly understand by whom and where you want to work? What should be your professional duties and what salary do you apply for? To work "by anyone and anywhere, if only for a lot of money" - agree, this is a utopia. The opinion of a third of HR managers (32%) is categorically outright: first of all, the applicant must prioritize. “Do not spray on obviously unsuitable jobs ...”; "Decide on the scope of activities"; “Do not send resumes for all vacancies in a row and do not turn a job search into a process for the sake of the process, value your time,” they say.

I am writing to you - what more?
When was the last time you re-read your resume? Remember, according to the contents of this document, you will be evaluated by potential employers, which means that it must be 100% consistent with what you are as a specialist. According to 28% of HR managers, the most important thing is “literacy, a clear description of responsibilities, the adequacy of the list of achievements at previous jobs and the relevance of these personal qualities and skills.” "Send a resume," sharpened "for a specific job, carefully reviewing the information about the vacancy and the company in which it is open, and after sending, be sure to check with the recruiter by phone whether the letter has been delivered," the personnel officers say.

Who is the last?
Do you want to be the last in the thousands of candidates or do you expect to get around everyone and become the first? The answer is obvious, and hence the advice is given by 23% of recruitment managers: “Be more active, more active, more active!”; “Do not stop the search, assuring yourself that this is not the season, holidays, and so on. You are looking for only one job that suits you, and you can always find it: both before and after the New Year holidays, during the May holidays and in the summer. ”

Be careful!
Respecting time — both your own and the recruiter — is an important success factor when looking for a job. Carefully read the requirements for vacancies - this will help not to lose precious minutes and hours, - 17% of staff managers are convinced. “Before sending your resume, carefully read the company's requirements for a potential employee again!”; “Carefully read the information about the vacancy and send your resume only if your data at least 70% coincide with the requirements specified in it,” they recommend.

Come visit
Have you ever go on a visit without knowing the address or the name of the person to whom you are going? A rather strange situation, isn't it? It is the same with the interview - before you leave the house, collect information about the company, think about what you will talk about with the personnel officer and how you can interest him. “Try to find out as much information as possible about the employer before the interview”; “Prepare for the interview. Properly present yourself "; “Keep your word: promised to call back - call back, promised to come - come”; “Come for an interview in clothes, the corresponding vacancy, and company. An artist may come in jeans, but a sales manager - never, ”such advice is given to candidates by 10% of HR managers.

Not the Internet alone ...
According to 10% of recruiters, the key to success is the use of the whole variety of job search channels (periodicals, personal connections, vacancies on company websites, calls to the recruitment department of companies you are interested in, social networks): “First of all, refer to to friends, acquaintances, and tell me that you are looking for a job, and ask if there are any vacancies in their companies ”; “Post your resume on the most famous and advanced job sites. Update it periodically ... ”; "Use not only the Internet."

Cheating will not pass
You will not spend an experienced specialist: he, as if a clairvoyant, notices and catches everything - and experience, and personal qualities of the applicant. Therefore, 9% of HR managers advise applicants who dream of finding an excellent job to be extremely honest: “Fill in all the fields of the questionnaire with the utmost accuracy and truthfully ...”; “Be honest with yourself and a potential employer. Do not abuse the benefits of the topic “how to successfully pass an interview” - sometimes replaying on this part has the opposite effect. ” Remember, any deception will pop up, and then how will you look into the eyes of your colleagues?

Call me, call
According to 9% of recruiters, they are pleased when, after sending a resume, the applicant also calls. You know, they are sociable people ... "Do not be lazy to dial the recruiter number and gently ask if your resume has reached the addressee and when it will be considered"; “After sending your resume, call the company and tell about your interest in the work!” They advise.

Want to be successful? Be it!
Tune in to a favorable outcome and demonstrate confidence in your abilities and experience. "Never give up! Create an image of a successful person, even if you have already been denied other companies several times before this interview. Remember, no company wants to take on a dull loser in the state! ”- 9% of personnel officers admonish the candidates.

And in the end, I will tell…
In addition, 8% of recruiters strongly advise candidates to remain calm and restrained, no matter how difficult the job search process is, and be persistent when communicating with a potential employer: “If you are a specialist, then do not worry ...”; "It is important to persevere, you should not expect that everything will come by itself."

Each of the 7% recruiters strongly recommends that applicants dress for an interview in an appropriate manner and actively demonstrate to the employer their interest in the work.

Another 6% of personnel officers remind that at the interview it is important to be communicative and open, 5% recommend to be punctual.

To be polite, to observe business etiquette, as well as to check the reliability of the employer is advised by 3% of personnel managers.

Follow these, at first glance, uncomplicated but important rules, and you will certainly succeed!

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