Job Search Tip of the Week #4 (2018)
Caressa Moy | January 22, 2018 | 9:00 am
How to Maximize Your Job Search ROI
Improve Your Job Search Strategy to Get More Interviews & Job Offers
Last week, we mentioned some decisions you face on a daily basis as a job seeker:
- What content should you include in your résumé, and how should you format it?
- How much time should you dedicate each day to your job search efforts?
- How much time should you allocate to each job search method?
- Should you work with a recruiter?
- How many résumés should you send out each day?
- Who should you follow up with today, and when?
- How do you choose between multiple job offers?
Return on investment (ROI) is a performance measure that evaluates an investment’s efficiency. In regards to your job search, you should be getting a return that far outweighs the cost. It’s important that you accept personal responsibility for your job search results, and consistently evaluate the choices you make to ensure that you are effectively using your time, money, and effort. If you’re interested in maximizing your job search ROI, keep reading for the answers to the aforementioned job search strategy questions. Alternatively, if you’re interested in the answer to a particular question, click on the question above in the bulleted list to jump to its answer in the post!
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