Atlanta Job Search

Atlanta Job Search – Getting Started

Are you on an Atlanta Job Search?  Help yourself get started with a refresher on the current job market by first checking with several online job posting sites.  Checking these first should provide you with a ‘pulse’ of what the top skills and positions that companies are hiring for more actively in the Atlanta area.

Peak has our top positions posted here: Peak Hot Jobs

SimplyHired is a job aggregator.   Their mission is to crawl the internet identifying  job openings located on 1000’s of  company and agency postings.  You can check their listings out at :  simplyhired.com

Peak Resource Group represents consultant and permanent employee positions and can assist candidates on an Atlanta Job search if they have the skills and experiences that our clients need.

Atlanta Job Search

Atlanta Job Search

Whether your goal is an IT job in Atlanta, a Controller job in Birmingham, a QA job in Chicago, or a cable – broadcast industry job in Dallas, getting organized and getting going is the key obtaining the  job of your dreams.

You’ll have to be the project manager for your own career search, so start with the career planning resources and resume tips offered here in the Peak Resource Career Center.




Tips for a Better Atlanta Job Search

3 Effective Atlanta Job Search Strategies:

  1. Be assertive and proactive. Don’t wait around for opportunity to come knocking on your door. While cold calling on potential employers can be intimidating, it remains a powerful strategy. It’s important to get through the door first, before your competition accepts the job of your dreams.  You can be professionally assertive without being a pest.
  2. Work your network. Networking should be at the center of your job search strategy. Get the word out to friends, trusted colleagues, and even relatives that you are actively looking for a job, and ask them to keep their eyes and ears open for any opportunities. Expand your Atlanta job search network by joining professional organizations, signing up for job search newsletters and e-mail blasts, contacting former professors and classmates, and by participating in Internet discussion boards.
  3. Say it clearly. When sending out resumes, catch the prospective employer’s attention with a brief  resume Summary that clearly relates how your qualifications match the job requirements. Connect the dots for the reader, making it obvious why you’re the perfect candidate for the job.
We all know how tiring looking for a new career can be.  If you are unemployed, it can be downright depressing at times.  It is imperative that you try to keep an upbeat attitude as this same attitude is what hiring managers are looking for.


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