Job Hunting Tips : How to Apply for a Job

When applying for a job, there are lots of things to consider. Learn how to file the paperwork, present your resume, and more in this free video clip.

Expert: Tine Buechler
Bio: Tine Buechler obtained her BA in adult education from Brock University in St Catherines, ON. She also graduated with a BA in sociology from the University of Western in London, ON.
Filmmaker: Melissa Schenk
Job Hunting Tips : How to Apply for a Job

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  3. FYI, at age 16 I had my first office job at a stadium, at 18 I was helping manage three properties for a construction business, now–at age 21–I am assisting technical staff during film production(s) in Hollywood for Warner Bros. I've never worked in a fast-food place…though I have no issue against anyone who does as long as they are hard workers. Get over your own snobbery.

  4. did you know that most websites that have careers on it usually never get any applicants? You have a way better chance to apply in person if you apply online like craigslist or monster. this school thats near by got 3000 applicants for just a substitute ad on craigslist. They ended up picking a applicant that apply in person by asking if they had any opening.

  5. Sorry Dank but your advice USED to work but now businesses have taken measures to where you CAN'T do the things you suggested. Just about everyone has a website that you apply on and no one to call and "check up" with. They do this on purpose because most companies are too interested in making profit instead of hiring a full staff.

  6. if the manager asks you to submit a written app like the things they hand out for applicants, when should you return it.

  7. I send in 50 application online and it only took 1 hands up application to get an interview. Your advice is my key. Thank you.

  8. Always call and ask if the manager is available, never demand to see/speak with him or her–doing that would intrude on their privacy and disrupt their work. Always walk-in to the company you intend on applying for and ask if the manager is available, if they say no, then check again some other time and keep doing so until he/she is available.

  9. that helped alot ! thanks 🙂 but can i ask something? which one should i do better? phone the manager? or directly see the manager in person and apply?

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