Hello community! πŸ’™ I was lucky enough to find work after three years looking, plus in the middle of the chaos that is 2020 and this is how I did itπŸ’‘https://medium.com/recrooitblog/how-to-find-a-job-in-the-middle-of-a-pandemic-35311eaf998f

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@MarySuperlano Huge congrats! This is truly refreshing and uplifting to hear. @Ramatu perhaps you can connect with Mary she may have some insights to offer as you currently navigate a job search :)
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Hi @iynna thanks for reading, after being through a thousand no's there's nothing better than coming out on the other side! I just wanted to share my experience, and hopefully, it can help others.
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Congratulations, Mary! Thanks for sharing that resource. Job hunting can be so draining most of the time! Could you share a little about you and your new role? I see in your profile it says Community Manager at Recrooit. And what specific tactics did you personally use from the resource you shared. Would love to hear more!
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Hi Hannah, thanks for reading the piece!! I am managing the social media channels and content creatin for Recrooit, which is a recruiting platform that works through referals and community creation. How I got the job, honestly, I used a bit of all the resources, but what worked most was really focusing on creating a strong presentation with a good Resume and updating my website (also adapting it depending on the job I applied to). From there I think joining communities like Facebook groups boosted my search a lot, I never ran out of places to apply to. The other thing is to set a pace and take a break sometimes, the rejection can really hit hard and you have to look after yourself too! :) Thanks again for the support!
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Thanks for sharing! I definitely see how working on your personal branding is so crucial these days. You're absolutely right about rejection and not being discouraged. We just have to remember that out of a million "no's" all we really need is that one "yes!" Keep us updated on your journey!