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7 Unconventional Ways To Find Employment

How to find a job

Finding a job can be a challenging and time-consuming task, but conventional methods such as submitting resumes and cover letters, and attending job fairs and networking events, may not always be effective. Here are 7 unconventional ways to find employment that can help you stand out from the crowd and increase your chances of landing your dream job:

  1. Leverage Social Media: Social media platforms like LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram can be great resources for finding job opportunities. Use them to connect with potential employers and recruiters, showcase your skills and accomplishments, and stay up-to-date on job openings in your field.

  2. Create a Personal Website: Having a personal website can be a powerful tool for showcasing your skills and experience to potential employers. Use it to post your resume, portfolio, and other relevant information about your qualifications and experiences.

  3. Attend Conferences and Trade Shows: Attending conferences and trade shows in your industry can be a great way to network with potential employers and learn about new job opportunities. Many companies will have recruiting booths at these events, and you can also meet other professionals in your field who may be able to refer you to job openings.

  4. Cold Emailing: Cold emailing potential employers can be an effective way to get your foot in the door. Reach out to companies that you are interested in working for and explain why you would be a good fit for their organisation.

  5. Consider Temp or Contract Work: Temp and contract work can be a great way to gain experience and build your skills, and can also lead to permanent job opportunities. Many companies will hire temps or contractors before committing to a full-time hire, so it can be a good way to prove yourself and land a full-time job.

  6. Network with Alumni: Many universities have career centres and databases that can connect you with past students in your field. These alumni can be valuable resources for job leads and networking opportunities.

  7. Offer to work for free: If you’re looking to break into a new industry, offering to work for free can be a great way to gain experience and make connections. Look for opportunities to volunteer or intern with companies or organisations in your field of interest.

Keep in mind that finding a job may take time, but by thinking outside the box and trying unconventional methods, you can increase your chances of standing out to potential employers and landing your dream job. If you identify with a niche group of jobseekers, like Aboriginal Jobs or Christian Jobs, you can also go direct to recruiters or employment websites that specialise in those people groups.

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