Looking for a job? This path provides resources on researching careers, starting the job hunt, creating a résumé and cover letter, interviewing, and more.
If you're looking for a new job, do you know what you're looking for? The Occupational Outlook Handbook can give great insights on the future of different careers, including salary, education requirements, number of open positions, and more. In this section you'll also find links to "Become Your Dream Career" and a link to USA.gov's "Find a Job" page, which has resources to help you plan your job search.
When you're applying for jobs, it's important to know about the company you're applying to. This resource will help you find information about your potential new employer.
Writing a cover letter is hard! Get tips on how to write a winning cover letter with this article.
Your résumé is a critical part of the application process. You'll want to make sure you've included all of the pertinent information that someone would want to know about you. You'll also want to make sure that you've checked your résumé for any potential mistakes. This resource will help guide you through that process and will give you some example winning documents.
You've gotten the call, and now you have to get ready for your interview! This part can be stressful, so we've covered what to wear, how to act, what kinds of questions to be prepared for, and more. Good luck!!
The interview may be over, but you're not done! Seal the deal with a great thank-you note to follow up afterwards. It's a nice touch that could make all the difference!