The important thing is not to find a job very quickly, but to find a job that makes you happy. Willingness, a few changes to your CV, your cover letter and your social networks as well as a good organization can make a difference in the eyes of recruiters and make you stand out from the crowd of candidates who apply for the same job offers that you.

Here are our tips on how to find a job that suits you quickly:


  • Update your CV


Of course, writing a good CV is the start of any job search process. That said, a well-written CV is not enough. It must be kept up to date and the most current information possible.  Remember to match your experiences and the information in your CV with the requirements of the positions you are looking for. To find out how to write a CV that meets the requirements of employers, we offer this example:


  • Find the time you need for your job search


You are not told to spend your days looking for the job of your dreams everywhere, rather try to capitalize on the time you have. Finding a job does not require you to feel saturated with it.

A maximum of one hour per day may be enough to organize your CV and target what suits you best as positions. Now that you can apply for an open vacancy the options are open.


  • Sort out what you want and don’t want to do


At this stage, it is a matter of sorting out the tasks that you want to accomplish at work and those that you cannot accomplish. Classify them by experience or by degree of interest and keep a margin for the tasks that you can appropriate or learn, especially if you find a position which suits you, but which involves one of these missions. To do this, job descriptions, presentations related to the culture of a company you covet, the salary offered and the work environment can be indicators that help you to sort out and find your job.


  • Question yourself and review your skills


This step is important for more than one reason: not only does it allow you to know what makes you a unique candidate and a gold worker, but also to define one or more areas in which you can bring the most to a employer.

You certainly have added value: Formulate sentences that best summarize your added value and keep them aside to highlight them in your cover letter or in your LinkedIn profile description.


  • Sell your talents in the best possible way


Finding a job requires you to look after your documents and your professional networks. Your CV, your cover letter and your LinkedIn profile are so many documents and windows that speak volumes about you, your skills and your professional projects. The first information obtained by a recruiter is found there, as are first impressions. For all these tools, highlight your achievements and the projects that have been important to you throughout your career.