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What is an important factor, when applying for a job.

  1. Net_Fr3@k profile image60
    Net_Fr3@kposted 7 years ago

    What is an important factor, when applying for a job.

    Basically I would like to know any ideas and opinions in increasing your chances of getting a job.

  2. eculligan profile image74
    eculliganposted 7 years ago

    I just wrote a hub about this.  Preparation is key and you can get free information from Monster.com.  You can also read my hub. http://hubpages.com/hub/Job-Interview-Advise

  3. Net_Fr3@k profile image60
    Net_Fr3@kposted 7 years ago

    Thanks for the quick answer smile.I will be checking your hub.

  4. bloominglily profile image60
    bloominglilyposted 7 years ago

    Apparenace and accuracy of the questions being asked of you. Drive never hurts to edge out the competion either.

  5. Tinsky profile image95
    Tinskyposted 7 years ago

    If applying to a job advertisement, read the advertisement carefully and prepare your response accordingly.  I get many applications at my work and the first selection criteria I use is to see who has actually read the advert.  I always ask for applicants to include a cover letter that addresses the selection criteria.  If I only receive a resume then it reduces my interest in the application.

  6. gulnazahmad profile image62
    gulnazahmadposted 7 years ago

    Confidence is basically your key to success. A little attitude that you shiow at the right time too works but showing too much attitude can cause you to loose the job. Dont try to be over confident and know well about the job structure.

  7. Cobrafan profile image78
    Cobrafanposted 7 years ago

    Level of education. Most employers these days want an employee with a BA or higher. If you don't have at least a BA, don't be surprised if you don't get as many interviews as you'd hoped for. If you do get an interview, make sure you wow the potential employer because they've probably got an interview lined up with someone who has a BA (although that doesn't mean they're better than you, the employer will have more initial confidence in the person with the higher degree).

 
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