6 Top Tips for Finding Recession-Proof Jobs

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<ul><li> 1. Recession can be a very stubborn thing. Once it dropsby, it can take a while for it to fade away and disappear from our lives. However, that doesnt mean that weshould simply sit back and let it overcome us. It can, afterall, wreck havoc on our finances and personal lives. Inthese tough times, finding a job already seems improbable- just imagine being in the market for jobs that are notaffected by recession. Here are top 6 tips for finding recession-proof jobs:</li></ul> <p> 2. Look for jobs in secure industries. 3. If youve read the news by now, trying to get a job in anauto plant is like trying to get on an elevator thats going down - and youre trying to go up. The same is true if youre trying to get a leg in real estate. 4. Instead of wasting your time trying to join an industrythats experiencing some bad times, try to set your sightson industries that have remained stable or areexperiencing growths. There are plenty out there that youcan venture into. They include: 5. -Health care (nursing, caregiving, specialcare, medicine, physical therapy and other support manpower) 6. -Law enforcement 7. -Information Technology (networkadministration, software design and development) 8. -Support Services (customer service, administrativeassistance) 9. -Sales and business development (productmanagement, retail and wholesale) 10. -Engineering 11. -Education (teaching, school administration and otherrelated support services) 12. Boost your resume. 13. If an employer sees nothing promising or exciting in your resume, they wont think twice about throwing yourpiece in the trash bin. Before you try to hook a recession- proof job, consider revamping your resume right now.Take a copy of your latest and review it. If your resume isseveral months old, theres a high likelihood that it needsa makeover. This is important so that you can evaluateyourself and provide the latest information. 14. Focus on accomplishments. 15. A common error among jobhunters is detailing their job descriptions in their resumes. Although this is helpful inestablishing their work experience, it may not always givethe prospective employer a good idea of what you can do.Emphasize on the results that you have produced instead. Show them what you are capable of. 16. Adapt your resume. 17. Typing out and printing a generic resume is a hugemistake. Generic is average, which means that you havevery little to help you stand out from the crowd. If you want a recession-proof job, make sure your resume issomething that your employers will find attractive. 18. Consider the industry youre targeting. If the job calls for someone who has a strong sales experience, emphasize your sales background. If the job calls for someone who had been involved directly in marketing andpromotions, show your qualifications in these departments. The more relevant your resume says youare, the better youll be at landing a recession-proof job. 19. Expand your reach. 20. Other than advertised job vacancies, consider other venues for finding recession-proof jobs. Look for trademagazines, papers, clubs and associations. You could alsotap your network of professionals in the same field. 21. Get further education. 22. In tough times, you ought to arm yourself with tougher credits. One is by obtaining additional training or education. Getting certified or expanding your professional qualifications will help make you a more desirable hiree. 23. Recession-proof jobs are usually the most popular among jobhunters who are probably considering the samestrategies as you right now. Its likely that for everyrecession-proof job that is available out there, there arethousands of other jobhunters out to get it. If you have better qualifications courtesy of better training and experience, youll come out as the best, most capablecandidate. So, go ahead and look for one if you are looking for a job. 24. http://www.workat-homemoms.net/</p>