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Where To Find A Job



Learning Instructions - When you are in need of a job, try to contact your old schools, teacher, friends, deans counselors etc. Try to befriend as many of these people as you can, because they have many people asking them for help and like most people once you become friends they are more likely to make the extra effort.

Social Networking - You would be surprised at how is on social networking networks these days. It is a very easy way to connect with people that might be able to help you find a job. Start of with looking for people you know in your profession and then look for friends of friends. Try to have fun and make real friends, in addition to looking for job contacts you might just make some new friends & reconnect with someone ones

Internet - Check out sites that post job offering, also check out web sites of local organizations that might also have a job board.

Job Search Engines - there are search engines now that are decanted to helping you find a job.

Local Employment Services - Organizations - Try to find out if there are any local employment services or organizations in your area, check in your local phone book.

Network, Network, Network!
Let the world know that you are available for work. Discuss with family, friends, teachers, neighbors, lovers, strangers,… everyone! Don’t


Learning Instructions - When you are in need of a job, try to contact your old schools, teacher, friends, deans counselors etc. Try to befriend as many of these people as you can, because they have many people asking them for help and like most people once you become friends they are more likely to make the extra effort.

Social Networking - You would be surprised at how is on social networking networks these days. It is a very easy way to connect with people that might be able to help you find a job. Start of with looking for people you know in your profession and then look for friends of friends. Try to have fun and make real friends, in addition to looking for job contacts you might just make some new friends & reconnect with someone ones

Internet - Check out sites that post job offering, also check out web sites of local organizations that might also have a job board.

Job Search Engines - there are search engines now that are decanted to helping you find a job.

Local Employment Services - Organizations - Try to find out if there are any local employment services or organizations in your area, check in your local phone book.

Network, Network, Network!
Let the world know that you are available for work. Discuss with family, friends, teachers, neighbors, lovers, strangers,… everyone! Don’t ask people for jobs directly; ask for their help and advice. Build a network digitally as well as verbally and use email, fax, and Web sites to help connect you to your “helpers”.

Visit the Institutions!
Extend your network to the larger society. Visit your old school, meet with the president and deans if you can, talk with your teachers, and get advise from your counselors and advisers. Stop by City Hall, the Library, the Post Office, even the local Fire Department if you can. All these social institutions see it as their job to help society and to do all they can to network with you.

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