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Finding work opportunities takes some detective work, especially if you’re looking for a job that fits your skills, accomplishments and preferences.
An estimated 80% of the jobs available at any given time are unadvertised. How can you find out about these jobs and apply for them? One of the best ways is by contacting employers directly.
You may need to adapt your work search techniques to land a job in a smaller community. Local information, personal contacts and a flexible attitude can help.
If you have a criminal record, you'll need to learn how to answer questions without hurting your chances of getting a job offer.
There are lots of resources available to help you build your work search skills, market yourself and find the work you want.
Are you facing a decision about a career change? Maybe you are looking for work or changing your job. Or perhaps you are thinking about going back to school or signing up for courses or programs.
Looking for work takes a lot of energy. Handling the inevitable ups and downs of your work search is much easier when you take steps to maintain your positive attitude and renew your sense of hope.
If you’re looking for a job, the Internet is a great way to find and apply for advertised jobs and to post your resumé where employers can view it.