John J. Shi's Job Page

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How to make your job seeking less frustrated?

Stage I: Find a right direction

General tips:

  • Network is No. 1 (Let people know you are looking for job).
  • Phone call is No. 1 (Let the company know you are looking for job).
  • Be aggressive on your actions (Be desperate).
  • Be conservative on your approaches  (Be professional).
  • Always put your phone / email in your every contact.
  • Find the right you to a right job; Not just find a right job for you.

Web sites to look for:

Stage II: Prepare your resume

General instructions

  • Answer SELF-INTRODUCTION in everywhere and every time
  • File name - [name] - [experience] - [title].doc/.pdf
  • 1 page - Job transfer / Promote; 2 pages - Freshman / New job
  • Cover letter - List of strength, go with resume 
  • Objective - [aim] [years of experience] [skills possesed]
  • Highlights / Skills set
  • Educations - Make it related as much as possible
  • Related experience - ONLY list RELATED
  • Selected projects - ONLY list RELATED
  • Honor / Awards
  • Reference - List when ready

Resume examples

  • Your own style of resume - PLEASE
  • List of file including some good resumes: /job

Stage III: Interview your future department

General instructions

  • Answer SELF-INTRODUCTION in everywhere and every time

Interview Q&A

Stage IV:

Love your job.


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Copyright Jun Shi, 2005. Any comments could be sent to johnjshi@gmail.com.