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Tips On Career For Jobseekers

In our country economic today, career advice is in no shortage of supply.  With the Internet a few clicks away, you could probably spend the next few hours simply reading through the tips and advice given online.  Full of promise, ambition and possibly misplace self-confidence, we start to embark on our journey up the corporate ladder.  Many of us are blessed with plenty of advice from the wiser and more experienced people in our lives whether they were our parents, teachers, employers or friends.  Below are some of the best and practical advice received from experienced mentors and friends alike.

1. Always willing to learn
Should you leave a job for money?  A promotion in store elsewhere?  Maybe, but the number one way you know it is time to go is when you feel you have stopped learning new things at the same place.

2.  Get experience
Work part-time, do internships, voluntary works etc... in the field you want to work in while at college.

3.  Work hard and smart
Being successful also means having a good working ethic, doing your job while interacting and having good relationship with colleagues and of course, the boss himself.

4.  Widen Scope of Work
Do not just do your own scope of work dedicated to you alone, learn what others around you doing too.  More skills and knowledge is valuable and useful somehow along with life.

5.  Low Salary
Do not be alarmed with a low salary at the first time you start working.  Getting more experience is the right step.

6.  Neatness At work
Always make sure your desk is neat before leaving for home.  People who walk by your desk will make judgement based on what how they see and being organized and neat brings great impressions.

7.  Good Interaction
As the saying goes, "Don't burn your bridges".  No matter what your reason for leaving a job, never ever burn the bridge when you move on.  You never know where you may run into these colleagues again in the future.

As a jobseeker, one needs to know how to create, compete and stay firm and relevant with decision-makers.  Jobseekers need to stand out from the crowd to show that they are great investments to a company.  In today's employment reate, many find themselves struggling to keep up with the latest workplace rules and regulations.

Being an employer, one needs to know how to identify and retain the best people in the company. The traditional methods of job searching and hunting are no longer enough to remain competitive in today's job market.  It is critical for jobseekers to access information and tools that will increase exposure and networking opportunities.

Prior to the career advice which is related at the above, it is now easier to find jobs in Malaysia, a few clicks and you will be on the way to Jobstore, a job hiring and application platform and the biggest job distribution site which offers services in over 20 countries.  A very simple way for employers, recruiters to post jobs on multiple job sites, classified ads and social network sites with just one submission, the steps are as follows.

Creating an account is just a few simple steps away on Jobstore.
1. Click the Employer button on any pages at Jobstore.
2. Click the 'Create Account' button to go to the sign up page.
2. Complete all the fields on the sign up page.
3. Click the Continue button.
4. Confirmation email from Jobstore for verification and after that, you can post any jobs.

As for the jobseekers, few things are as valuable as going and working for somebody who is going to teach you anything and everything they know.  You will experience tremendous personal and professional growth if you have the best person mentoring you, what you need to do is to figure out where the absolute best person to work for and go work for them.  All the Best to your Career!




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  1. Let us keep sharing such great things on education and career development. I always feel great being part of education and career development. By the way, take a look on Benefits of Studying Abroad if anyone of you looking for a better career.

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