Aug 11, 2018 - 02:44 AM
Networking is a great way to find a job, and it's a process that you have already begun, whether you realize it or not. Ask friends, professors, and coworkers if they know anyone who is hiring in your field. Chances are, someone you know is going to know someone who is looking for the perfect candidate. Creating a profile on a site like LinkedIn is another good way to maximize your social circle to find a new job. It doesn't hurt to have a personal connection to help you get your foot in the door.
Finally, look for little things that set you apart. Before you show up for your interview, make sure you read through the company's website so that you can ask great questions that show a memorable enthusiasm for the job. Send a thank-you note after the interview to express your appreciation. Every special touch can set you apart.