Job Seeking? This is Your Current Job

Author: William Frierson is a staff writer for

Don’t think you have a job, think again. Even though you may not have a steady income, do not discount the work that should go into a job search. For now, your job search is your job. Remember these tips:

Be more than prepared- Keep a fresh resume and cover letter on hand just in case you encounter job opportunities you want to apply for.

Use job search engines- Go online to learn about job opportunities. In addition, create job search agents to have these opportunities emailed to you.

References- Have multiple professional and personal contacts available who can put in a good word for you. Tell them in advance about your job search.

Network, network, network- Remember, many jobs are unadvertised. By interacting with your network, you could discover open positions before other job seekers.

For more job search tips, see the source below.

While you might not be collecting a paycheck at the moment, you still do have a job: finding a job. The work you put into your job search can lead to the opportunity you’ve been waiting for.


Article courtesy of the Recruiting Blogswap, a content exchange service sponsored by, a leading site for college students looking for internships and recent graduates searching for entry level jobs and other career opportunities.

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