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It can be tempting to think that if you’ve got a degree and a job, then you’ll be a job seeker.
However, that’s not necessarily the case.
We asked five job seekers to share their best and worst tips to avoid an endless search for a new job.
Read moreIf you have a degree, but no job, here are some tips to keep in mind.
We’re all looking for jobs right now, right?
But, as the saying goes, no job is impossible.
Here are the tips to get through the next few weeks:1.
Get an online job search.
A job search is an essential part of the job hunt.
However it’s important to keep this in mind when looking for a job.2.
Take a look at your CV.
We recommend you look at the job title, your references and other relevant information to help you make an educated decision.3.
Find out what the company offers.
Look at the benefits and responsibilities of the position you’re applying for.4.
Make sure you know your salary.
For example, if you’re a new recruit, you might be asked for a pay rise.
You may also be asked to work part-time.5.
Find an interview.
When hiring a new employee, you need to get an accurate picture of what they’re looking for.
It can also help you decide whether you’re worth the money you’re paying.
Here’s a look back at some of the most common job search pitfalls:1) No previous work.
Some jobs require no previous experience.
You should make sure you have experience in some of these areas.
If you’ve only worked in a few areas before, you should check with the company to see if they’re aware of your experience and work experience before you apply.2) Job offers you haven’t done before.
You might be offered a job but don’t know what that means.
This can happen if the company hasn’t already considered you for the position and you haven