ClassifiedAds.com is a great tool to help you find work as it’s free to use and place an advert for jobs, community services and so much more. Quality listings and relevant searches are just two aspects of our site that we love, and you can make the most of your job search on our site with these five tips:
1. Use a Refined Search
Perhaps the classic way to use ClassifiedAds.com is to find jobs via the search tool. Several top companies post jobs daily for you to browse through, which you can refine by searching for keywords relevant to your job. You can also focus your search by location, making it easier to find something close to home or in the city you want to move to.
2. Advertise Yourself
In addition to perusing the jobs page, it helps to advertise that you’re looking for work – which is a free feature to use on our website. While you shouldn’t post your entire resume online, you can include a strong cover letter to encourage companies to contact you.
3. Find Equipment
If it’s a lack of equipment that’s holding you back, consider finding the tools you need to get the job done on ClassifiedAds.com. You might find a cheap computer or second-hand equipment you can use for your business at a good price.
4. Build Contacts
If you want to give a little back and build contacts at the same time, check out the community section on our website. Networking and building contacts is a big part of finding a new job, and community service and volunteering looks good on resumes too.
5. Build Your Skills
Ongoing training and classes offer an opportunity to hone your skills in a particular area. If you’re looking to learn a new skill or renew a certification, there may be a classified ad for you. Even a nationally recognized first aid certification can look great on a resume, and it might be the edge you need to land that job. You can even find career services who help you get where you need to go.
Finding the right job isn’t just limited to clicking on a few ads. Be smart in your job search, use the tips above, and with a little persistence you’ll be on your way to the first day of your next job.