Job Hunting Methods

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Grammar — Beginner Level
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Complete each sentence choosing the correct option

Job Hunting methods are important tools to be known by any job seeking candidates. This article provides you a short list of Job Hunting methods to help you in the interview seeking process.

1. Job Sites
Job Sites or Job Boards are the places where you can search or check the available job openings.

2. Employer’s Website
The second method for job-hunting is—visiting the employer’s website and checking job openings.

3. Social Networking Sites
Nowadays, companies are using social networking sites to check prospective candidates to fill the job vacancies.

4. Offline Networking
According to one research, 60% of jobs are never advertised and are filled through referrals.

5. Newspapers
Newspapers are an excellent resource for job hunting. Read the news and you will know the companies that are recruiting.

6. Knocking Employer’s Doors
If you take initiative and have the right attitude, this strategy will work for you.

7. Employment Agencies
Employment agencies or placement consultants work for big companies on sourcing assignments. These consultants work for many companies at a time for their recruitment.
  1. Steve   his friends for a referral to a certain business company.

  2. Steve’s friends   by giving him the company’s address and phone number.

  3. Unfortunately, the company wasn’t currently hiring. Steve instead   for a job from the newspaper.

  4. He found a job advertisement and quickly   the company.

  5. The company   him of an upcoming personal interview.

  6. Without wasting any second, Steve   his suit for the interview.

  7. He also   his resume to see if there were any mistakes.


Practice your writing skills by discussing the questions below

  1. What is your job?

  2. How did you find your job?

  3. What job hunting method do you think is the best and why?

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      • something (such as a short film or a written notice) that is shown or presented to the public to help sell a product or to make an announcement
      • leading action
      • a meeting at which people talk to each other in order to ask questions and get information
      • the act of sending someone to another person or place for treatment, help, advice, etc.
      • a job or position that is available to be taken


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