An IT job search in the States, regardless of where you are in your career, may last several months. So, in addition to oodles of patience, what you need to get through a job hunt is diligence. One way to make sure that your job search takes fruit and sooner than later is to have a checklist of details ready at hand. This checklist should have all relevant work information.
For the interest of brevity, job seekers often leave certain things unmentioned here and there in their resume but oftentimes, headhunters like to see those details on resumes. So, the best way to go is to be thorough with the minutiae as well as the things that are important.
Robert Novak, a Field Day delegate since 2012, has a very informative article on this where he tells his readers about how to prepare for their job search. He tops that up with some additional information about California labor law, for those looking for a job in California.
In his blog- “Be Prepared: Personal data mining for your next job search (and some California labor law)”, he writes,
As many of my readers know, I’ve been on the job search the last several months. I’ve come up with a short checklist of things to prepare as you head into the process.
Give his blog- “Be Prepared: Personal data mining for your next job search (and some California labor law)” a read, if you are in the process of finding a job in the States, or even outside.