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Increase Your Chances of Getting Your Dream Job With These Simple Strategies

Increase Your Chances of Getting Your Dream Job With These Simple Strategies




Many people went to college because those around them said it was the best way to get a good job. So they went to school, graduated, and got a job. But statistics indicate that over 85% of Americans are not happy in their careers. Additionally, the average Joe spends over 95 hours every year commuting to work.


25% of all Americans claim work is the number one source of stress. In a country of about 110 million employees, more than 50% aren't passionate about their jobs. That means they don't feel satisfied at work or feel connected to their work. And because of that, they do the least amount of work possible.


Employees who don't feel satisfied are a liability to their companies and hindered in their personal growth.


So how can you improve your chances of getting that dream job that allows you to work at full throttle? These tips can help:


1. Decide what you want


To be happier at work, you must first decide what you want from your career. Do you want to become a manager or an entrepreneur? Do you want to work for someone else or start your own business? Do you want to become a teacher or go into politics?


The decision you make here can make or break the rest of your career. So think carefully and make an informed decision. Getting clear on what you want is important because you can concentrate on the things that will help you succeed in that area.


If you don't know where to start, research companies that interest you and the people that work there, then expand your list from there.


2. Remain active on social media


Research has shown that about 75% of employers search the internet when looking for information on potential employees. They especially look on social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.


B proactive and show employers that you're an excellent person to work with and dedicated to your work.


Make sure you have a professional photo of yourself on your profile and don't post anything that employers might find offensive. Also, have an online resume that makes it easy for prospective employers to view your credentials and career history.


3. Inform your family and references


After you've determined your career goals, inform your family and contacts about it and ensure they know what type of job you want. Ask them if they would be willing to provide references for you when applying for a particular position.


This step is essential because most employers won't consider hiring you if they can't contact your references to verify that you're a good employee.


4. Face your fears


Once you've decided which career you want to pursue, it may take some courage to go after it. If you're afraid of failure, you may not pursue that field of work. This is a big mistake because you might miss out on a great opportunity that could make a big difference in your life.


So face your fears and go after your biggest dreams, because if you don't go after them, no one else will.


5. Come up with an elevator pitch



An elevator pitch is a summary of your qualifications. It's a pitch you can give to a prospective employer in the time it takes to ride in an elevator with him. The goal is to make a good impression and have an opportunity to be considered for the position.


To come up with your pitch, think of your qualifications, work experiences, and achievements. Summarize them in a way that makes it easy for the employer to understand where you're coming from and why you're qualified for the position.


Your elevator pitch should be brief, well-rehearsed, and to the point.


If you want to get your dream job, it's essential that you take charge of the situation and go after it aggressively and with great determination.


Don't wait for opportunities to come to you, because opportunities only come to those who put themselves out there and make an effort to go after them!

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