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Preparing Employment Communications
« on: June 02, 2013, 01:10:55 PM »
Most everyone is faced with the challenge of finding a job. Not only is the competition for jobs keen but the job market is continually changing. Finding the job that is right for you requires preparation and planning. Since much of your adult life will be spent at work, preparing yourself adequately for the job of your choice is vital. The amount of preparation depends upon the type of work which interests you and your desire to realize your maximum potential. Job preparation is more than learning skills for a career. It is also knowing how to find out about job openings and sell your talents to prospective employer. Employers are looking for people who are interested in realizing their maximum potential. Attitude and ambition go hand in hand in achieving success on the job. To make a favorable impression, show your employer through attitude and actions that you are more interested in what you can "give" than in what you can "get".  Having a genuine interest in the company means you recognize the need to learn all you can about your position and the company. The right attitude and job competence are essential to saying on the payroll and working your way up

Well-qualified people miss job opportunities because they lack initiative and are not skilled in the job hunting technique. Many of the best jobs are obtained by people who understand how to " sell" themselves to prospective employers. The most successful job seekers find these seven stages important prerequisites to finding just the right job:

1. Making a personal evaluation
2. Surveying the job market
3. Preparing a standard resume
4. Writing an application letter
5. Completing an application form
6.Participating in a job interview
7. Writing other employment letters