10 Mistakes must avoid while searching job

satish007 By satish007, 31st Aug 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/23hli4yy/
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While searching suitable jobs, candidates must be aware of different mistakes during application of jobs.


Individual used to search their suitable jobs according to their qualification and experience in the Newspaper, employment news, etc. But at present most of the candidates are searching their jobs in the different job sites, job portals through the internet. Due to the advent of the internet, it is very easy for job providers to post their vacancies on their official sites or job sites. On the other hand, candidates can find their dream jobs through internet easily. While searching suitable jobs, candidates must be aware about their proper identification with a photo, qualification, experience and so on sent to the job providers. Because there may be different mistakes during application of jobs. Instead of all qualities, a candidate may be rejected due to their mistakes.

There may be different mistakes done by the candidate, but some of them are given below :-

1. Sent one resume for all jobs: As every company has a different vision, culture, positions, nature of duties and expectations. So, you have to change your resume as per organization’s criteria for applying jobs to different companies. Your different parts of the resume are same, but you have to write your CV to show your interest and seriousness of the job and the company.

2. Posting amateurish photographs on job sites: You must send a professional photo by well dressed to the job providers. Because it creates an impression on the HR.

3. Ignoring grammar and spelling during writing: You must avoid spelling and grammatical errors and abbreviations while writing. A strong writing skill is imperative to any employer.

4. Posting negative remarks about your present or previous employer: Your future employer expects positive attitude from you. So, never post any negative comments about you and your previous employer.

5. Commenting on controversial subjects like political, religious, social and other sentiments: You must avoid these type of comments while applying jobs. Because, employers do not care your positions on those subjects.

6. Neglecting to make personal contacts: In spite of the fact that you ought to mine your contacts on social networking sites, face-to-face contact is likewise very crucial. At administration, industry, Chamber of Commerce and similar occasions, you should meet personally where contact through social media is not possible. So, this skill is mandatory.

7. Searching through social media site: You begin with social media like Twitter or Facebook with each expectation of searching jobs, but you get to be diverted by tweets about your most loved books, movie or hobby. This is only time wastage but you are no further in your job search.

8. Contradictory statements in the resume: There must be no contradictory information like contact number, email, name of the previous employers and dates on your resume. When any confusion occurs for this information, employers cannot trust you in any way.

9. Message for prompting you: You should show your awards and achievements in a positive light. But consistent comments about prompting you must be avoided.

10. Utilizing social media vastly: Employers are searching for workers who are confident with technology mainly comfortable with email and office package. So, by showing up on any social media site, you are demonstrating that you are familiar with internet technology.

The above common mistakes must be avoided while you are searching Job Portal. Because, employer cannot tolerate these types of mistakes and your resume would be rejected.


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