Job Listings and Search
Always research the company where you're applying.
Personalize your resume & cover letter to the opportunity & address it to a person rather than “To Whom It May Concern.”
Resumes are scanned, so make sure it has the right keywords & use simple text format.
On career sites for companies you're pursuing, set alerts when available.
Dedicate most of your job search efforts to talking with people in the industry, networking & keeping in touch with past colleagues. These relationships are likely to yield information about openings before they are posted.
Confirm if the target company/ies have an active referral program where an employee will make money for any referred friend getting hired. HR departments prioritize those applicants, putting you on a fast track to getting in front of the recruiter and hiring manager, plus your friend(s) is naturally incented to push your candidacy.
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