What you should do while you are unemployed!

I am unemployed and now what, below are some simple steps you should take.

  • Build your on-line presence and Linked in profile, network on all social networks.
  • Start a Blog, talk about important articles related to the field of expertise you are pursuing.
  • Keep your skills current read expertise related books and go through some certifications. Take free on-line technical courses and certifications and add them to your resume.
  • Volunteer your expertise to a small company that can use your help, this could lead to a job with them or even a job with another company that they had passed your expertise on.
  • Follow up on the jobs, email, call them ask them to coffee. Remember you must set yourself apart from the rest of the people they talk with each day!
  •  Be available for every recruiter that calls and talk to them when they call, do not put them off, do not ask them to call back.

Contact Information:

Ryan Mac Donald
Senior Technical Recruiter

Saicon Consultants
913-451-1178 #14

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  • Kimble Murohy  On May 26, 2013 at 3:26 pm

    I am enrolled in computer school, career institute of technology, I am graduating in September and would like to know where to land an intern job. Or a n entry level job. I am also a Vet.


  • KV N Murty  On May 28, 2013 at 1:58 pm

    I suppose points 3 and 4 are important than the points 1 & 2.


  • Andre  On May 28, 2013 at 3:52 pm

    great advice, I see to get on creating a blog 🙂


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