How to Get That Job – Tips For Success

By | February 29, 2016

A successful job application requires care, thought, time and commitment. Because it takes a lot of time and effort to apply for a job, you should make sure that you focus your efforts only on jobs that you are truly interested in. Filling out an application form well, creating a strong resume and performing well at interview are necessary steps in the job application process.

The Resume

A strong resume is vital in order to attract the interest of potential employers. The purpose of a resume is to provide a concise and positive summary of your skills, abilities, interests, education and experience. This helps employers to decide if you may be a suitable candidate for the position that you are applying for. Make sure that you only include the most important information and keep your resume to one page in length if possible.


The Application Form

Once you have indicated your interest in a position, you will generally be given a job application form to complete. Job application forms require you to make true and accurate statements about your personal details, your work experience and your references. When you are filling out any sections on the form connected to work experience and employment history, try to include experience that is directly or indirectly connected to the job that you are applying for.

The Interview

The interview will require you to sell yourself and present information about your work history. You will be asked a range of questions linked the role itself and the skills and abilities that you possess that are relevant to the role. It is important to speak clearly and confidently – try to avoid nervous rushes of information or extended dialogue. Dress neatly and professionally, smile, be polite and try to present yourself in the most advantageous light possible.

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  • Barbara A Walsh

    I will be using an Educational CV rather than a resume, for my job searches. I am totally switching careers, and have very limited experience in my new field. I have the advantage of plenty of subjects that relate to the field. In my case. Having the course work emphasized, may be a good thing.