If for family or financial reasons you are forced to refuse to work in a remote area of the city, do not despair! Nowadays, you can find a good job almost everywhere. It is enough just to follow some simple rules for your job search in your area to be crowned with success.
Visit your local employment center. Even the first time you contact the center, you can get a list of valid vacancies.
If the vacancies offered at the employment center do not suit you, register as an unemployed person for the period you need to look for a job.
Visit a job fair where you can meet in person with representatives of a potential employer. If there are no vacancies at the fair that suit you, leave a questionnaire at the registration service. Indicate in the questionnaire the phone numbers by which an employer interested in your services will contact you.
Buy newspapers that specialize in job advertisements: “Jobs for You,” “Jobs,” and so on.
Contact a recruiting agency. Fill out the form with all the required information. Typically, recruitment agencies charge a fee for providing job search services, but some of them may contract with you, provided that they provide guarantees that the required amount from the first salary will be transferred to their account.
Take advantage of the job banks posted on the websites. Never send money to someone offering remote career guidance and job search services.
After reviewing all the ads, choose from them the most suitable in terms of salary, position and area. Call the phone numbers provided by employers and arrange an interview time with them.
Create a resume that includes your professional and personal qualities that are suitable for this particular job. It is not necessary to write a new resume before each interview, however, if your profession involves several job opportunities, make the necessary adjustments.
During the interview, answer the questions of the HR manager or direct employer in as much detail as possible. Show yourself a person interested in the activities of this particular organization.
Check the traffic patterns in your area to find the best travel option for your commute.