Ways to Use Keywords in Your Job Search

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Job hunting may be a stressful experience. Sending out numerous résumés, completing complicated online forms, and writing cover letters may be exhausting. However, extensively researching the job market using the right strategies is critical to your professional development.

  1. Reviewing Your Career Options — Check the Occupational Outlook or Labour Market Information for career alternatives in the labour market. This is a good information tool for learning about jobs, required training, employment prospects, and average pay. — While some inquiry may be done in person, the majority of it can be done online.
  2. Searching for a Job Role and Title — You may look for job market roles and titles in a number of methods on the internet. www.indeed.com, www.freelancer.com, www. upwork.com. www.angellist.com, www.monster.com, www.linkedIn.com, and www.fiverr.com are all good places to look for further information.
  3. Company Research — It is critical that you do your job search by company. While many internet business databases are costly, many of them are free to use through your local library. www.hoovers.com, www.wetfeet.com, and www.zoominfo.com are a few examples. These include www.prospect.io, www.hoovers.com, www.wetfeet.com and www.zoominfo.com. Many companies publish similar information on their websites. www.salary.com, www.payscale.com, www.glassdoor.com, www.linkedin.com are all good places to start for salary information about a job market or title by company.

👍Your target job title

👍Specify your industry (current or target)

👍Preferably the skills most in demand for the job you want

👍Job-specific, profession-specific, and industry-specific tools and techniques

👍Industry-specific jargon

👍Licenses relevant to your profession

👍Job-specific or industry-specific software and hardware

👍Internet tools and apps relevant to your job or profession

👍Industry, professional, and / or technical names and acronyms

👍Job Function or Duties or Description

👍Certifications or other proof of professional or industry knowledge

👍Publications: Any of your books, articles and white papers relevant to the profession or industry

👍Employer Categories

👍Select a specific radius around a location.



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