Track Your Job Search

April 15th, 2008 by JRed

Do you ever feel confused or lost in your job search?

Documenting your search can help you stay organized and informed. You will probably send many Resumes during your search. By keeping notes on each opportunity, you can sound knowledgeable in case you are unexpectedly contacted by one of those employers you reached out to.

Your notes can be in any format - - in a notebook, planner, or on your computer. Just pick a process that works best for you and stick to it. Regardless of the format, we suggest you always track these pieces of information:

  • Company Name

  • Recruiter’s Name

  • Phone/Fax Numbers

  • Address

  • Email Address

Also, keep notes on conversations you’ve had with Recruiters and, if available, attach a copy of the actual Job Ad to your notes. This will serve as a quick reference guide for future conversations.

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