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Hello guys, I wanted to give you a summary of my experiences in finding a distant employment over the last few month. It'?s just my own personal experiment and what worked for me. I' ve just got a cover letter from one of the company I was very enthusiastic about in my application and the vacancy has everything I was looking for.
Looking for a completely distant job with a good basic pay ($50k+), a relaxing work environment and plenty of holidays (preferably 4+ weeks) in a small business. About 10 years marketing expertise, the last 5 years in health care for a Fortune 500 business. Most of the businesses that have what I am looking for, however, were technology businesses.
The majority of these organizations are looking for technology, SaaS or any other kind of expertise in selling softwares. And I wasn't sure if I wanted to remain in distribution either. Applying for similar but not sales-related roles such as Accounts Manager/Cecutive, Client Service/Support, Business/Sales Evolution and the like, I hoped to leave DC (especially Gold Calling).
Found out that there are different qualities among the career exchanges, especially when it comes to non-technology work ( so no development, programming, etc.). ange. co - exclusively aimed at start-ups. Starting from enterprises with 1-2 coworkers up to more ripe start-ups with several hundred. There is information on the financing the company will have so that you can assess their pecuniary performance, has a simple application function (you just need to construct your website and it will just that), and some other great things.
Does 2-4 years of back-end sales expertise required for health care organizations? This is how I began and applied for the first 60 or so of those vacancies, regardless of how skilled I was. But after getting a few interview for a position that I definitely wasn't eligible for, I decided to change my policy to only take on job that I think I can teach me to be good at.
You can see how many candidates have submitted applications for a job, and it was usually 30-40 per weeks for good job. So if you require very special experiences, it's probably a complete wastage of my work. A few enterprises had absolute toxical managements (2nd 2nd evaluation, many evaluations with the same complaints).
Curriculum vitae - You must have a good-looking curriculum vitae. For many of these businesses, your CV is your CV, a covering note and perhaps a few brief question. Therefore, your CV must be clear, concise and quick to point out things you have worked well on. Probably my résumé is in its fiftieth repetition.
You go back to it every few nights, reread it, fix it up a little, find a better way to indicate something, make the formating a little cleaner and more professionnal, etc. Remember one of your most commercially accomplished friends and ask her for her CV so you can see what a good CV looks like.
So long as you're looking for a job that at least qualifies you for from a distance, or you know you can teach yourself how to do well, just keep going.