Everybody wants to get hired, right? Who doesn’t? But the thing is not everybody does.
So to increase your chances of getting hired, improve the following:
Your cover letter should not be long. It should highlight your relevant skills and experiences.
You should optimize your profile, may it be on Facebook, Twitter or any other social media platform.
In the Bio section, you can place there what you are – a VA, a Social Media Manager to name a few.
You could go for skills that are in demand like graphic designing, programming, or website developing.
But if you already have existing skills, look for skills that can complement them. You can actually present those as a package and charge higher.
If you think you don’t have any, you’re wrong. Use your offline working experience as your stepping stone.
Confidence and preparation are the keys here!
If you landed an interview, research about the company and the tasks they want to outsource.
Also, test your microphone and camera if you’re doing your interview via video call.
It’s best to hunt for job opportunities during your target market’s day time.
I suggest during US day time. Use a time converter if you’re not sure about what time that is in your time zone.
That’s all for now. I hope this helps!