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How to find a dream job: Everyone sooner or later faces the job search process. And on the boundless expanses of the Internet are replete with ads for the search for employees.

You know what you want, what you can, but how to achieve this?

The traditional mailing of resumes to the addresses of various companies hardly increases the chances of success. This is just the basic version of a job attempt without much effort. In some cases, it is real, in others, it is absolutely impossible.

If you really need a workplace, do not limit yourself to an electronic version of the action. We are expanding our capabilities and increasing the chances of success, taking into account other ways of finding work.

How to find a dream job?

#Howtofindadreamjob : First, think about your friends, relatives, and friends. They should be aware of your searches and, perhaps, someone from your environment will either directly help with the issue of employment, or they will be able to ask you the right course by pointing to a specific company.

Secondly, look for companies that interest you. Work with a list of organizations where your candidacy would be appropriate in a particular position. Make a call to the appropriate unit, prove yourself, and make an appointment.

Thirdly, be proactive. Perhaps the company of your dreams is only going to advertise for the search for employees. Prepare a resume and go through organizations that meet your criteria. If you are not able to immediately meet with the leader, then make an appointment.

A person who takes the initiative, declares himself, causes respect and interest. By acting, not expecting, you show your motivation in practice. You are ahead of your competitors, and perhaps you are creating for yourself a job that was only in perspective. #Howtofindadreamjob

 

Putting together your resume and cover letter is a challenge facing a lot of us right now. Millions of people are currently job hunting while dealing with a recession and high unemployment rate due to a global pandemic, never mind the usual concerns:

How do you sell yourself, but not sound too braggy? Should you include or do something bold that will set you apart from the crowd of other applicants, or will that make you look like a weirdo who doesn’t understand corporate culture?

If it’s been a while since you polished your resume, you may be drawing a blank when it comes to how to describe yourself to potential employers. Here are 53 words that you may want to consider including in your resume reboot or next job interview.

Words matter

If it has been a few years (or decades) since you last were on the job market, clearly you know that things have changed, including the words best, er, employed to sell yourself. Gone are classics like “synergy,” “go-getter” and “think outside the box.”

Now it’s all about being “proactive,” “self-aware” and “observant,” at least according to Jennifer Fabiano’s recent article on Ladders (where she is the SEO editor).

Fabiano writes that in addition to using action words in our resume, it’s also important to represent ourselves in an authentic way—including avoiding previously popular buzzwords that you think are one’s employers and recruiters want to hear.

Read this article: CV Vs. Resume. Know the difference

50+ Words to Include to Make Your Resume Stand Out

(They do not.) Here are her suggestions for words to use in your resume, cover letter, and interview right now:

How to describe yourself on your resume?

Of course, you’re going to want to tailor each resume to the specific job description for a position, or at least the general industry. Here are the eight words Fabiano recommends using on every resume draft:

  • Enterprising
  • Take charge
  • Responsible
  • Caring
  • Considerate
  • Dedicated
  • Persistent
  • Passionate

Read this article: 7 Common Remote Job Interview Questions

How to describe yourself in a job interview?

Congratulations, you got an interview! These are Fabiano’s suggestions for 20 words you can use to describe yourself at that point in the process:

  • Passionate
  • Ambitious
  • Driven
  • Organized
  • People-person
  • Results-oriented
  • Disciplined
  • Eager
  • Persuasive
  • Reliable
  • Resourceful
  • Skillful
  • Thorough
  • Proactive
  • Inventive
  • Practiced
  • Self-aware
  • Observant
  • Flexible
  • Helpful

Read this article: Top 5 job interview mistakes: How to Avoid?

How to describe yourself as a team-player?

Though you probably don’t want to actually use the phrase “team-player” in an interview or on a resume, here are nine words Fabiano says you can use to describe yourself as one of them:

  • Comradely
  • Listener
  • Collaborative
  • Accountable
  • Gracious
  • Warm
  • Fellowship
  • Interested
  • Emotionally intelligent

Read this article: 140 Ways to Work from Home

How to describe yourself as a leader?

This is another case of planting the idea of yourself as a leader without coming right out and saying it. Per Fabiano, you may want to try one of these:

  • Enterprising
  • Initiative
  • Confident
  • Bold
  • Self-motivated
  • Accountable
  • Courageous
  • Engaged
  • Respectable
  • Ethical
  • Charismatic
  • Humble
  • Disciplined
  • Self-assured
  • Transparent
  • Reasonable

To your unlimited Success…


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