There are a number of different ways of looking for work- we have compiled a list of the top methods for finding that perfect job
If you are in the market for a new job, you are probably familiar with a range of online recruitment sites or local paper advertisers. But don’t assume you have all the bases covered where job ads are concerned. These days there are many different ways of looking for work and finding the career success you desire.
You’ve probably heard it said before that most jobs are never advertised. Whilst this causes frustration to many, the hidden job market may just be the pot of gold you seek. To secure these roles you need to network. It’s all about getting your foot in the door and knowing the right people in order to stay ‘in the loop’ about new opportunities. You can network via social media, professional platforms such as LinkedIn and in person at industry events and workshops. Get out there and get yourself known!
When looking for a change of career or seeking a fresh experience, taking up voluntary work can actually bring with it many benefits. You may not get paid for your time and efforts but you’ll expose yourself to a business that you are seeking employment with and show prospective managers your potential and dedication.
Have you ever considered contacting a recruitment agency? Their role is to act on your behalf and match you to available job openings, whether they are temporary, fulltime or contract. You’ll be given support and assistance to find the right job in the industry that suits your skills.
Labour hire firm
Looking for work when you align yourself to a labour hire firm becomes a whole new ballgame. Whilst they do work in a similar manner to a temp or recruitment agency, they actually become your employer. A labour hire company will pay your wages, provide training, help with CV preparation and interview skills, and give you the absolute best chance at securing work. Finding blue-collar employment has never been easier or more rewarding!
Contact Blue Collar People today and start looking for work in Perth.
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