Awesome Employers with Great Jobs
Are you ready to find a cool job? Finding a job you love is the best decision you will ever make. When you enjoy what you do, everything in life is better. To start you on the right track, take a few moments to absorb some helpful job searching tips...
Job Search Advice
Once you've made the decision to find a cool job, it's time to start the job search. The first step in finding a cool job is to decide on what job is best for you. Do you want to work seasonally? Are you looking for a hot and in demand job?
Are you ready to set yourself up for a cool career?
Next pursue any education, certifications, licenses, or training that you will need to achieve success. Prepare your resume and a job specific cover letter. This will help you stand out as a quality applicant. If you need help with this, JobMonkey offers excellent resources and tips.
Research different companies to learn how they operate, what benefits they offer, where they are located, how much they pay, and if they are currently hiring. Search for work through Internet job boards, job fairs, Craigslist, the local newspaper, friend's recommendations, or directly on company's websites. Select several companies where you want to send your application. Be sure to apply as soon as possible. Then sit back and wait for a job interview. You'll have a new job in no time.
Did you know? Employees at smaller firms are happier with their jobs.
Some Pretty Awesome Employers
One of the best places to start your search for cool jobs is on the websites of some of the coolest employers. Below are links to several cool employers who want to hire people just like you...
- Princess Tours
- Vail Resorts
- Walt Disney
- Rails to Trails Conservancy
- Royal Caribbean International
- ...and Many More in the Employer Directory
Good luck in your cool job search. Once you land a job, you'll be on the path to happiness and success, and you'll never look back.
Did you know? Only 20% of Americans are passionate about what they do.
- Search for cool jobs on Internet job search boards, employer websites, or the local newspaper.
- The earlier you apply for a job, the better your chances of getting hired.
- Prepare a professional resume to make yourself standout from the crowd.