Getting the Job thats Right for You.

Written by Joshua Nay

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Job Search Website Employer Confessions

Written by Joel Walsh

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Online Job Searches Drown in a Sea of Applications.

As you can see, you really are competing against hundreds of other applicants for every open position. That is, if you're lucky, you'll be competing against hundreds of other applicants.

If you're not lucky, your application can easily get lost in a sea of faceless applications before anyone even looks at it long enough for you to be in competition for anything.

The problem isn't so much that you have such great competition, but that you have such awful competition.

If someone onrepparttar other end even does look at your application, how likely is it that they will be looking at it with a fresh eye, excited atrepparttar 150038 possibility of a great hire?

Job Search Websites Make It Hard to Distinguish Yourself.

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When you start thinking aboutrepparttar 150050 person onrepparttar 150051 other side ofrepparttar 150052 "submit" button, you'll see potential flaws in your application that never would have appeared to you otherwise: how you can make your cover letter more concise and to-the-point, or how you could remove irrelevant time-wasting factoids from your resume.

Ready to get a fresh start with your applications by looking at them from an employer's perspective? Start re-planning your online job search now, before you forget. [When posting on the web, please hyperlink "Job Search Websites" as the visible text

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