Finding the next promising job opportunity can be difficult. And in today’s marketplace, that’s putting it extremely lightly. There’s just so much to consider: salaries, working conditions, locations, prospects for the future, colleagues, etc. The complexity of the decision is only amplified further in the legal world, where professionals have studied long and hard to secure the best position possible. When you do find that remarkable opportunity, though, it’s a special moment. Everything seems to line up and you charge headlong into making it yours. And if all goes well, you secure the role and things turn out exactly how you imagined they would. To help you realise this vision, we’ve put together six job hunting tips that legal professionals
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Thanks to the internet, the job hunting landscape has changed dramatically over recent years. That being said, though, many of the core rules in how to go about landing a new job have very much stayed the same. Although many of these rules apply across fields and industries, some are more pertinent to lawyers, solicitors, and anyone seeking a role in the legal world than others. With that in mind, here are five of the top rules you should stick to for law job hunting success. 1. Know What You Want In many ways, using a recruiter is like the bow that will get you to your target. But if you don’t have a target, how will they know where
It’s a process that will influence your career and the rest of you life. Yet when finding a job, the most a lot of people do is dedicate a small portion of their spare time to scouring job boards and mindlessly sending out applications. There is both good news and bad news about this. The bad news is obvious — people simply don’t have enough time for job hunting, never mind learning how to properly search and apply for roles. The good news is that there is another way - using a recruiter. And, as most people don’t bother and stick to the lengthy and tedious route, it can help you stand head and shoulders above the crowd and get
Looking for a new job can quickly become a chore. Day in day out you go through the same routine, checking the same job boards, sending the same messages, and getting the same responses or outcome. When you fall into such a rut, it can seem like you’ll never get out of it and land the job you want. However irrational it may seem, it can feel like the truth. If this sounds familiar, it may be the sign you’ve fallen into relying on a number of common and yet harmful job seeking habits. See if you’re committing some of these mistakes with our round up of four harmful job seeking habits that you need to get rid of today.
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