Are you on the job hunt in the Australian tech market? Looking forward to applying to your dream companies? In this post, we will cover the experiences of three software engineers from various backgrounds, different countries, and different situations(one of them taking care of a newborn baby) who successfully found tech jobs in Australia that were meaningful to their careers.
Statistics all around the world state that hiring managers are reducing the stockpile of their resumes by interviewing candidates virtually to bring out the most deserving ones. There are a few ways in which you can set yourself to ace your next virtual interview and make an impactful connection with your interviewer.
More often than not, you will rely on your networking skills to land yourself that coveted tech job. These virtual networking tips show how to communicate with real people while social distancing. They help you take charge of your communication to further your career goals rather than just sending out resumes and hoping to hear back.
Your cover letter needs to represent the value you will bring to the job as a candidate. Then you need to market yourself by emphasizing and describing your unique achievements in well-articulated sentences. You can then hope to be impactful in your endeavors to get on to the next round in your application process.