6 Steps to Managing Your Job Search

6 Steps to Managing Your Job Search

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Assessing your self, and knowing what you want and need from your future job and employer is important.  You want to align your purpose with the work you do. You also need to understand the demands in the labor market and industry trends.

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Conducting more in-depth research will help you better understand what skills you should highlight and what employers are really looking for.

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Presenting Yourself

By this point in the process, you are ready to create your marketing materials (pitch, resume, marketing plan, etc.)

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Project Management

The best way to keep your job search on track is to manage it like a project – set goals and deadlines and hold yourself accountable.  Manage your job search with a blend of proactive and reactive job search strategies – applying for jobs, networking, building an online presence, using social media and LinkedIn and more.

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Interviewing Strategies

In order to perform your best during job interviews, you’ll want to prepare in advance.  Honing stories to fit job descriptions, practicing your answers out loud and knowing what questions you’ll ask.

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Project update

Every couple of weeks, evaluate the progress you’ve made. Analyze what’s working and what’s not working. And you’ll need to keep track of your job search activities.



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