Top 10 Ways To Find A Job In USA

Having a stable source of income  is the number one priority for every person looking to have a good life but it’s not easy to get that stability. The first  step is finding a job and this is where today’s  article comes in handy, So Begin from here and take a look at our list the best 10 way to get a job the United States of America.

1_ Career websites

Now there are millions of websites that claim they can grantee you a job but don’t be fooled if a website is too good to be than most likely  it’s  a scam, so here are 3 websites that are trustworthy  and confirmed  : https://www.usajobs.gov, http://www.indeed.com/m/, http://www.simplyhired.com

2_ Networking

Most jobs are not even advertised, people on the inside get them, so even if you think the people around you don’t know of any job openings they might know someone who knows ant they can refer you.

3_ Internships

I know you are shaking your head at the screen right know and saying no Nina i don’t want to work for free and believe me i understand you but internships can be very useful for you and your best chance to get a job. So begin from here and you might  never know, they could keep you if you prove to be of value to them.

4_Referrals

Referrals come from individuals you know, however, this method may get you an invitation to apply for a position without actually searching for a new a job. Some employers offer incentives to their employees for referring a successful candidate to their company – a win-win situation for everyone. You get a new job, and your contact gets a finder’s fee for attracting a top-notch employee.

5_ Job fairs

A job fair is an event in which employers, recruiters, and schools give information to potential employees. Job seekers attend these while trying to make a good impression to potential coworkers by speaking face-to-face with one another, filling out résumés, and asking questions in attempt to get a good feel on the work needed.

6_ Company Websites

Most of us have a good description for the job we actually want so why not go the source directly ? I’m being serious you want  to work for Google?  Go to their offices, send them an email, invest time and you may get lucky.

7_ Head Hunters and Recruitment Agencies
If you’re looking for some professional help in your job search, head hunters and recruitment agencies can definitely lend a hand (though in some cases it may come at a price).

8_ Creative or Outlandish Tactics
In a competitive job market, some job seekers have moved toward more creative methods for drawing attention to themselves. Billboards, chain letters with a copy of your resume attached, or even pasting your resume to yourself and walking around the city as a human billboard are just some of the methods individuals have used to get noticed by potential employees. Source : investopefia

9_ School career placement offices
What ? We have that in our college/university ? YES! Most schools have them.
Career placement offices help students with resume writing, interview coaching, job postings and other services, but not all are known to be a good resource for job-seekers

10_ government employment services
States provide employment services in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration.
They help job-seekers with career counseling and occupational testing services and will often help match you with available job openings at no cost.

 

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