Job Finding Tips For Kady Malloy ~ Kady Malloy

Friday, January 16, 2009

Job Finding Tips For Kady Malloy

Seeing how the lovely and talented Kady Malloy didn't make the final cut on American Idol. I thought I share some of my job finding tips with Kady Malloy and you the readers. I'm sure Kady will do well where ever she goes.

But seeing how the economy is slowing down, I know many of you are sitting around the house with nothing to do but search the Internet looking for a new job. Whether that is because you were let go at your old job or because you want to improve your lot in life, only you know the reason.

Having said that, I've found these job finding tips useful over the years whenever I needed to find another job. I hope they're as helpful to you and Kady Malloy as they have been for me.

When searching for a new job, you will want to look for those that are intended to be long-term. Long-term positions are ideal if you are looking to quit your current, stable job. They are also ideal if you rely on your income to help support your family. You will want to have and possibly need to have income not only right away, but income that you can rely on for months or years to come. That is why temporary positions may not be in your best interest, as a job that only lasts one or two months may be unable to provide you with the security that you want and need.

The ability to advance is another thing that you will want to look for in a new job. If you regularly find yourself setting goals that you would like to achieve, such as higher pay or a position in management, you may will want to work for a company where you have the opportunity to advance. You will want to look for those that advertise that they like to promote from within. Promotion from within is what gives you a better chance of advancing. In fact, advancement is something that potential employers like to hear, so be sure to mention your hope for advancement in your job interviews.

Good, but realistic pay is something else that you should look for in a new job. Unless you are sure, you may want to try and refrain from taking a pay cut. If you are able to receive additional benefits that you currently do not have, a pay cut may be worth it, but it is advised that you proceed with caution. Before you search for a new job, you may want to create a budget for yourself. A budget can help you determine how much money you need to make. This will ensure that you are able to find a new job that allows you to adequately pay your bills and support your family.

Health insurance is something else that you may want to look for in a new job. Although it may be unnecessary, you should keep health insurance in mind. Not all employers provide their employees with health insurance coverage and many companies have a ninety day waiting period before health insurance coverage can be acquired. If you are unable to get health insurance through a family member, such as your spouse, you may want to keep this in mind. You may be able to extend your current health insurance coverage, for a monthly fee, but that extended coverage often has time limits and other restrictions.

Close proximity is another feature that you may want to look for in a new job. Location may not be an issue if you are willing to travel or relocate, but you should take your possible commute into consideration. Jobs that are a ways away from your home may require extra travel time, possibly taking you away from your family. You also need to examine the cost of gasoline and wear on your vehicle. Although location should be taken into consideration, you should remember that there are other, more important, features that you should look for in a new job, a few of which were outlined above.

As you can tell, these are common sense, practical job finding tips. Use them all together to improve your chances of landing that next job. They'll help you choose the right job for you and help you weed out the ones that could end up in a dead end job. Whether or not Kady Malloy really needs them, I have no idea. I'm sure she is talented enough to get by without them, but who knows.

Feel free to share these job finding tips with your friends or coworkers. In this day and age, many people need all they help they can get and these job finding tips will help them as well.