Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Job Hunting

It's been a year since I last blogged. And now that I'm in another country, i've been having a hard time looking for full-time work. they all suggest that i take another course, have a master's degree or specialize in something. but i'm tired of studying and it will cost loads of money... again!

So, what i did was search the internet for some tips in job hunting. and i'm here to share it with some of you and i hope that it would be of great help to everyone.

I do believe that doing research on the company before going to an interview is very wise. You need to be aware of any policies, dress codes, rules and regulations, benefits, how long they have been in business, or if they stand in good with the Better Business Bureau. Yes, I do need a job, but I want to be sure that I won't get stuck in a company with a bad reputation, working for someone who is not honest with their employees such as paying their workers on time and with a fair salary, and a safe environment. These are very important for anyone who is seeking employment. People are so desperate in finding a job that they'll take anything that comes along,especially in this economy. You have to be very careful on the internet of what you read as far as employment,and even in the newspaper. Some job advertisements sounds to good to be true. A research is necessary, always.

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