Five Tips For Landing Your Dream Job

There has been a lot of upheaval in companies over the past year, and with the pandemic the way that it has been, people have been turfed out of jobs and moved into new ones. If you are currently on the hunt for a job in a new field, you’ll need every tip that you can get to land that dream job of yours. It’s important that you consider the role you’re going for, sure, but you should also think about the way you are and whether you are ready for it.

If you’re looking to refocus and you finally want to take a look at the UX job hunt toolkit that will get you that dream UX job, then it’s time to check out how you can start landing your dream job once and for all. You need to refocus and start checking out the tips below – you’ll finally be able to confidently grab that job you want!

1. Write Your CV

Write your CV for the job that you want, not the job that you have right now. If you want to apply to your dream job and make it look like you’re the best person for the job, you need to gear your cover letter and CV toward the job you’re applying for.

There is a lot that you can do with your CV to make it stand out, from the statement you write to introduce yourself to the way you make it reflect your experience and qualities. Your skills need to be on there, too – don’t be afraid to brag.

2. Check your social media

Make sure that your social media is up to scratch. When you are getting your dream job, you need to remember that your social media has to be up to scratch; especially if your dream job is in IT. You should think about updating your online profiles to reflect your skills, too.

3. Be sociable and network

Be sociable and network where you can. You need to be around people who will understand the job you’re hoping to do so that you can be a part of networking opportunities available to you. Joining the relevant groups to allow you to make those connections is important, and it can help you to get your CV out there even further into the companies that you love to work for.

4. Keep applying

Keep applying to companies whose ethics match yours. If you know that businesses out there will offer you the same support and future that you are looking for, make sure that they’re on your radar. Businesses often offer networking events that are specific for them, and you can keep them aware of you until the right role comes up.

5. Get to know your audience

Get to know your audience before you get to the interview stage. So, if you know who will be interviewing you, you can ensure that you do your research on them as individuals before you meet with them. Make use of the information that you get through research as this can help you to connect better with others.

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Wendy Tomlinson

Hi, I'm Wendy, your online life and business coach - I'm a qualified law of attraction practitioner, EFT master practitioner and life skills coach. After years of private coaching, I now follow my real passion for blogging and creating content that will help you create a life and business you love. Please feel free to ask questions, I love hearing from my readers.

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