Sources of Job Leads for Job Search
After all, why not double your chances of success?
Some good bets for great job leads include:
- Telephone Book yellow pages and blue pages (This information is current only at the time it is given to the person taking information for ads.)
- Chamber of Commerce directories
- Municipal Economic Development Office (you may be able to get a current list of companies registered, a listing of those who have applied for building permits in the past month, etc.)
- Local schools, colleges and/or universities
- Trade and business magazines
- Directories of professional associations, business and trade associations (unions), etc.
- Human Resources Development in your country
- Newspaper and magazine classified ads and articles
- Organizations for volunteers, churches, political, community and social services
- Bulletin boards in shops, malls, city halls, government offices and corporations
- Approach employers directly (by phone or in person) and ask about jobs
- Friends, relatives, neighbors, past co-workers
- Informational interviews
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When you completed your job application, you are ready to submit it to employers and job recruiters in places where you want to work.
When a potential employer invite you for an interview, you need to prepare yourself to win at the interview and get the job you want.
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Good luck with your job leads!