Sunday 13 January 2013

3 Tips for Job Seekers

ATTENTION all job seekers:

Muovo lists some tips for aspiring job seekers.

Tip 1

For all those job seekers who are still looking for work, here goes our mantra:

The fastest way to enter (or re-enter) the workplace is to incorporate lifelong learning into your job search.

Too many job seekers are focusing solely on how to get a job, quickly, but not enough on improving their skills. If you have time on your hands, use it: do something creative, get some new skills, or refine the skills you already possess. This will ultimately elevate your marketability, and hence, it’s an investment.

Find out more about Lifelong Learning Courses in Malta

Some other links to courses that might help you:
Enhancing Employment through Training - a new training program offered by ETC for jobseekers
English Speaking Union - courses on public speaking, presentation skills, email and letter writing, and English fluency
ECDL (European Computer Driving Licence) - courses in basic and advanced IT skills
Innovaxin Malta - a variety of courses ranging from Customer Care to Human Resources to Accounting to Life Skills

Tip 2
Take some time to do something for Yourself. Having spare time on your hands is something you will long for once you are successfully employed.

Tip 3
If you are unemployed, then you should be actively networking. It is undeniable that networking is key to building a chain of connections that can help you find a job. Job seekers who network are likely to find jobs quicker than others who are not so keen on networking.

Nikita Pisani at Muovo


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