The 5 stages of job application
1. Start your search
2. Prepare your resume
Be brief. You want the hiring manager to quickly see your qualifications. Keep your resume to one or two pages, while also making sure it is clear and easy to read.
Target your audience. Tailor your resume to each open position you apply to. If you have a lot of skills and experience, list only those that are relevant to the job.
Include a summary statement. Start your resume with a sentence or two summarizing your suitability for the job. Briefly state your experience and skills so the hiring manager can see at a glance that you are qualified.
3. Prepare your cover letter
Introduce yourself. Provide a short paragraph where you give your name, the job for which you are applying and what interests you about the role and company
Talk about your skills. Mention the skills and qualifications on your resume that qualify you for the open position. This helps to reinforce your suitability for the job.
Tell a story. Describe an experience or a project you worked on that demonstrates you are uniquely qualified for the open position.
4. Submit applications
The job posting should indicate what you need to submit. If there is an online form, complete the required fields and attach your resume as directed. Include your cover letter only if the form requires one. Creating or uploading your resume on wonderjobs allows you to apply for jobs in one click and employers to find you for open positions.
If you apply by email, put your name and the job title in the subject line and attach your resume. If you need to provide a cover letter, either attach it along with your resume or use the email as your cover letter.
You can also prepare a spreadsheet to track your submissions. On your spreadsheet, list the job title, company name, hiring manager’s contact information, the date you apply for the position, and a status line.
If you get an interview request, this means the hiring manager has selected you as one of the quality candidates for the position. The interview will help the hiring manager determine if you are the correct person for the job. Depending on the number of candidates and the nature of the job, there might be more than one interview. Also, you might have a phone interview before an in-person interview. Here are some interview preparation tips:
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