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Finding a Job Super Fast Using Faxing

Jun 11, 2008
You're in big demand no matter what industry you are searching for work in. A company can't function without its employees. The more companies you send your resume to, the more likely you are to find just the right job for you with a company that's in need of your skills.

Your goal is to send as many resumes as you can to each company within your industry. So, the first thing you need to do is get a list of every local company that lies in your profession. You can do this by grabbing a phone book and looking it up in the yellow pages. Yes, the yellow pages! It's as easy as that.

But locally isn't enough. You then need to then go to your local library and find all the phone books for every surrounding area that you can, and add those companies to your list. Even if the company is out of your preferred area, those companies might like what they see and send your resume to other companies in your industry that are in need of your skills. Keep an open mind. Other industries may be in need of your skills and may have just as much to offer you.

After you have gotten the list of companies in your industry, start adding companies that might not be exactly what you're looking for. They might also like what they see and recommend you to someone who is in need of your skills. Remember, each potential employer will view your skills differently. Some may see your skills as useless and discard your resume, but another may be very impressed by what you have to offer and make an interview. Don't get discouraged when you don't get a response as quickly as you would like. Just remember, the more resumes you send out the more likely you are to get a quick response.

Soon your list should be good and long. Then you need to call each company and ask for their fax and the president's phone number. Always go to the head of the company because it is their opinion that ultimately matters. Once you have all the information about a company, put it beside the name on your list.

Once your list is good and long, start sending out your resumes via faxing, mailing, e-mailing, or hand delivering (this depends on personal preference). Every time you send out your resume, give the president a call and speak to him or her directly (this will give him or her a good impression, not to mention then they are getting all the information first hand and not passed on from person to person).

After you have finished doing this for every company on your list, send your information again. Keep on sending them your resume until they call you saying they are interested or simply say "Stop Sending Us Your Resume". Either way, don't stop until you get a response from each company. Persistence and hard work is the key to finding the job you want - super fast!
About the Author
Did you know it takes 9 months for the average American to find a job? Can you afford to wait that long? Brad Rhoton has been Vice President of local and national employment agencies all over the US for over twenty years, and has used his experience to write a book called How to Find a Job Super Fast. Now you can use Brad's time-tested tips to find a job in days instead of weeks: http://www.JobsSuperFast.com
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