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Jobs

Finding a job can be quite a stressful experience. Not only does it require patience to land a high-paying job, it also requires planning. If you want to find jobs in South Africa, it is important to prepare yourself and organise a process which will help you get the job you're interested in.

Positive Attitude

Finding a job is not easy, especially if you lack experience. The frustration of not getting a job can make you angry, depressed, and you may fear about your future. It is important that you keep yourself fit and have a social life that will help you to maintain a positive attitude during your job search process.

Know Your Strengths

Write down your characteristics such as your skills, interests, strengths, weaknesses and experience on a piece of paper. This will help you find a job that will be the best fit for you and will utilise your strengths to the fullest. This will also help you in your job interviews at a later stage.

Do Job Market Research

Apart from knowing your own strengths, it is important to find out which jobs are available in the market and which ones have a bright future. You can utilise several resources for your research, such as the internet, local business directories, job fairs, employment agencies in your city or professional associations.

Generate Leads

Find companies which hire individuals with your skills. Most companies today have websites where anyone can send in their CVs for consideration. If they decide to hire anytime, you will be the first one to know. Most small businesses do not post their openings in the newspaper or magazines, so it is best to contact them directly for job openings. Even if they are not hiring, you can drop in an application at their office. Many companies place their requirements in free online classifieds, so make sure to check those.

Check Job Classifieds Daily

To find jobs in South Africa, it is important that you visit job classifieds daily. Most classifieds are updated on an hourly basis, so ensure that you are not left behind.

You should not sit back and wait for the right opportunity to knock. Prepare well and be proactive in your job search to land your dream job.

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