Sadly in today’s economy finding a job can be a difficult task so it is important to be on your game and make your job search as effective as it can be. We’ve all heard little tips and tricks for getting a job, but what are the most effective ways to make your job search get results? Well, take a look and incorporate these effective techniques into your job search, soon you’ll be an employed and financially stable member of the American public once again.

1. Fine Tune Your Resume – This is the most important thing that you can do to help get a job quicker. You may be a whiz at communication and selling yourself to the interviewer, but if your resume doesn’t impress you’ll never get the chance to win them over in person. Make your resume stand out from the crowd by turning it from a boring tally sheet of your accomplishments into a one man show of how awesome you’d be as an employee. Don’t overdo it, but convince them on paper that you’re worth the interview.

2. Make Sure Your Resume, Cover Letter and Applications are Written with Proper Grammar and Spelling – A resume or application riddled with spelling and grammar mistakes is one sure way to insure that you won’t get an interview or worst the job. So make sure to check your resume, cover letter and applications for any errors or have someone who is well versed in spelling and grammar do it for you.

3. Create Variations for Your Resume – If you are applying to different industries or jobs that have little to no relation to the other, you need to adapt your resume to reflect that. Cater your resume to the specific job that you are applying for so that it reflects the qualities, skills and experience the employer is looking for.

4. Network Yourself – With the economy the way it is, it’s important to find every avenue you can of getting a job. Network yourself by socializing with people and building relationships that could prove useful in finding a job. The more people you know the more likely one of them might have an in for you at a company that you would like to work for.

5. Send a Follow- Up Thank You Letter – Once you’ve gone on an interview and are waiting to hear back on whether or not you got the job, send a quick thank letter through email or post mail to thank them for the opportunity they gave you. This is the perfect time to remind them of what makes you the right candidate for them job and to bring your resume to mind once again.

Author's Bio: 

Grant Donovan is a successful entrepreneur and founder of many disciplines including aviation, automotive, political, anti-aging and life coaching to name a few. But it is his passion for health, nutrition and fitness that he attributes as the leading factor for his success. All of which led him to create to share his large breadth of knowledge with the everyday man, and empower them to make the changes that will help lead to their success. He believes a life in balance of mind, body and soul is a life well lived and only when achieved can one unlock their true potential. At age 60, Grant serves as a living example of why staying healthy not only helps you live longer, but the improved quality of life, will allow you to push past boundaries and reach new heights you never knew were possible. With his inspirational personal journey of achievement he has motivated over 350,000+ subscribers to make a positive change in their life and guide them on their pursuit of happiness.