Review your skills and interests
Throughout this course, you improved your skills and positioned yourself to become an administrative professional.
For example, you need to analyze what all of this means for your career path. Where do you think your hard skills and soft skills will best fit? Apply your past experience that related to you present job.
Determine sources of job information
One of the first things to do as you look for a job is to get all the information you can about available job opportunities
On the web
The web has a variety of resources for job seekers, including tips for resume and cover letter preparation and interviewing.
Here are several websites that provide job search information and allow you to post your resume:
These are the website that you need to search if you want to apply a job using internet. Also a technique for find a job.
Networking may be defined as any face-to-face contact with a person who hires or supervises a person with your skills- even if they are not presently able to extend a job offer.
There are steps for developing job-working.
Step 1: let people know that you are searching for a job. Contacts individual you know who work for firms where you would like to work.
Step 2: contact professional organizations. For example, contact managers that you know; ask for referrals for any job openings that exist.try to obtain at least three people or four names from each person with whom you speak.
Step 3: ask administrative professionals who are employed in the field how they obtained their positions and what they like or dislike about their jobs.
Step 4: keep a record of every person with whom you talk.
College placement offices
Many colleges and...