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If you’re on the hunt for your next opportunity, our resources and expert advice are designed to equip you with everything you need to excel in your job search!

Because it’s not just about making a living – it’s about making the life you’ve always envisioned

Step 1: Define Your Career Path

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When it comes to job searching, most of us just sort of apply to whatever postings we see on Indeed. We don’t really take the time to figure out what we truly want to do next (or for the next ten years).

Don’t overlook this step in the job search process. Take the time to be thoughtful about your next career move—whether it’s a lateral shift to open new doors, a step up to advance your career, or an industry change to pursue other interests and learn new skills.

This initial clarity will make the entire job search process a thousand times easier and more effective.

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Step 2: Update Your Resume & Cover Letter

Once you’ve figured out what you want do for work, it’s time to tailor your job search materials to match your goals. These materials include your resume, cover letter, online profiles, and more.

Even if you are the exact person they’re looking for, you won’t even be interviewed for the role without a strong application.

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Step 3: Start Applying

With your materials ready, it’s time to put them to use and actually start applying for jobs.

Ideally you’ll be applying for jobs that excite and challenge you. One that allows you to making a living, but also make a life.

But if you just need to find any job to survive, that’s okay, too. It can be the first step towards getting the life you are after.

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Step 4: Use Your Network

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Applying for jobs is just the beginning. To ensure your applications are seen by the right people, you’ll want to put your network to use.

Who you know can significantly influence who ultimately hires you.

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Step 5: Prepare for Interviews

With your impressive resume doing it’s job, you’ll soon start receiving interview invitations—which is both exciting and terrifying.

Thorough preparation, including research, practice, and self-assessment, you can transform that anxiety into confidence, and land that new job.

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Step 6: Evaluate and Negotiate Offers

By the time you get a job offer, you might be tempted to accept it quickly just to put an end to your job search.

However, it’s crucial to take the time to evaluate and negotiate offers to ensure you’re making the right move. Otherwise, you just might find yourself back at step 1 before you know it.

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Step 7: No One Is Hiring Me

Applying for jobs and not hearing back or—worse yet—hearing a “no thanks” can be a discouraging experience. But there are lots of reasons why you aren’t getting hired, many of which aren’t actually about you.

Don’t lose hope; with the right resources and a persistent mindset, you can improve your prospects and find the job that’s the perfect fit for you.

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Free Job Search Support

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You don’t have to job search alone and you really shouldn’t. There are valuable, free career resources available to support you every step of the way.

Whether you’re looking for expert advice, skill-building tools, or networking opportunities, these resources can make your job search more effective and less daunting.

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