Determine your career goals and set a clear goal for your new job search.
Update your resume and cover letter to make them attractive and appropriate for the employer.
Create a profile on several professional social networking sites, such as LinkedIn, and update it regularly.
Research the job market and research trends in your industry. This will help you identify jobs that match your qualifications and experience.
Don't limit your job search to just one source. Use job search sites, contact recruiters, participate in job postings on social media, etc.
Develop a strategy for negotiating salary and other terms of employment before you receive job offers.
Be prepared for interviews. Research the company and its culture, and prepare question
Don't forget the importance of a personal brand. It should reflect your skills and experience so the employer can gauge your potential.
Keep in touch with professional contacts and work on expanding your network to learn about new job openings and opportunities.
Not all interviews end with a job offer. But every interview can give you valuable experience and help you determine what you need to change in your job search.
Don't forget about self-development. Learn new skills, improve existing skills, and develop in your industry. This will help you become a more attractive candidate and discover new opportunities.