Are you searching for jobs online? Here are 7 ways to find jobs on Internet
Here are a few tips to help you in your job hunt online; read these tips
The way we search for jobs has changed since the world has gone digital. Technology has a significant impact on how companies recruit now. Thus, we also need to change our job-hunt strategies. Here are a few tips to help you in your job hunt.
Use the help of our friends in various companies and ask them to get you a referral. A personal referral always works best as you will have the highest chances of getting noticed.
Reach out to founders
Use social media tools to directly reach out to the founders as most of them are very active on social media. If they like your profile, your chances of securing the job will be higher.
Currently the most powerful tool for the job hunt, LinkedIn opens a massive repository of industry professionals. Update your LinkedIn profile very well. You can directly reach out to recruiters here or use the Jobs tab to search for the perfect job.
These days, founders and senior management directly discuss their vacancies and hire on social media like Twitter and LinkedIn. Do be on the lookout for such posts and directly reach out as mentioned on the post.
There are many recruiting agencies these days that help you secure a job. They usually do not charge the candidates and work on a commission basis with the employers. Be careful not to pay them before placement.
Google and other job search websites
Google is the aggregator for all job hunt websites, so if you search jobs in your particular field, it will show all jobs available. Alternatively, you can log on to individual websites like Naukri, iimjobs, Shine, Monster, etc., to search for job.
You can use the connections of your college or school to look for jobs. Mostly in alumni association groups, people post for job opportunities in their respective offices. Reach out to them to help you get the job.
Finally, be very careful when you are searching for a job online. Do not fall for any scams and fraudsters. Err to the side of caution.