The Ultimate Job Search Guide
for MARKETING, CREATIVE & DIGITAL Talent
Passive Job Searching
Be Found by Hiring Managers
In today’s world, you can find anyone on the internet - even yourself! Hiring managers and recruiters are actively trying to find people for their teams. So, you need to make sure you are being found. And, after you are found, you want to ensure you leave a great impression.
Here are a few tips to help you develop a professional online presence:
Job searching can sometimes be a daunting task But, there are ways to help make it easier.
Here are a few tips to help you build your job hunting game plan:
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Working with a Staffing or Recruiting Agency
Job searching can be stressful and having a second pair of eyes not only will help speed up the process but ensures that you are in good hands when an interview and offer comes your way!
Also, agencies have access to jobs that the public do not because the role may be confidential, niche-focused, or the internal team doesn’t have the capacity. Also, recruiters have excellent knowledge of the market and can best match your skills to a specific role. They can also help prep you for interviews and guide the conversation with the employer regarding salary expectations.
There are a few things to remember when deciding to work with a staffing agency. Here are our top 6 recommendations:
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A key component to receiving a job offer relies on the interview. There are different aspects of the interview process to be aware of such as researching the company, prepping interview questions, first impression, the actual interview itself, and the art of a great follow-up.
Tips for Success
The key is to make a positive first impression in a short amount of time while showcasing your skills and experiences. Remember you are also interviewing the hiring manager to figure out if the company is a good fit for you. Here are some of our top points for nailing your interview:
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Accepting Job Offers & Handling Rejection
Now that you’ve finished interviewing, you’re probably waiting to hear back from the employer. A few things to prepare for while you wait include: how you’ll give notice if you receive an offer, what you’ll do if you receive a counteroffer from your current employer, or even, how to handle a job rejection.
Preparing for What's Next
During this stage, you may be feeling pressured and uncertain about what’s coming next. In the meantime, remember to focus on what's important to you. Here are 6 questions you should ask yourself: