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Start a job search

Before you start your job search, you need to gather information about your past work experience and education. Plan on attending events and volunteering to widen your professional network. Pānuitia atu

Titiro hoki wāhitanga mahi

Most job opportunities are found online but you can also search through people you know, at employment offices, and places of business. Pānuitia atu

Ako tohutohu anō

A resume is a paper listing your skills and accomplishments and is the best way to get attention from an employer. Find tips on how to write your resume, what information to include, and a template that shows you what a resume should look like. Pānuitia atu

Tuhia he reta uhi

A cover letter is a page-long document where you can tell stories about your skills and experience in more detail. Cover letters give you the chance to explain how you are different than other applications and to explain why you want to work at the company you are applying for. Pānuitia atu

tohutoro Ngaio

Professional references are people you have worked or volunteered with. Employers will call these people to learn about what you are like. Before you start a job search, you need to put together a list of references and their contact information Pānuitia atu

Apply through a job portal

Job portals are online web pages where you can apply for positions by submitting information about yourself, your resume, and sometimes a cover letter. Once you have submitted your information, you cannot edit it, so it is important that you prepare and edit it carefully Pānuitia atu

Whakakīa i roto i tono pepa

Some places of business, like most restaurants, still use paper applications for entry-level jobs. Learn how to fill our paper applications without making a mistake Pānuitia atu

Kia rite hoki te uiuiraa mahi

When employers think they may want to hire you, they invite you for phone, virtual, or in person interviews. Learn what to wear, how to act, and what to do after an interview Pānuitia atu

Me pēhea te ki te whiriwhiri utu

Most Americans negotiate their salary when they get a job offer. Learn what to say and when to say it to increase how much you are paid Pānuitia atu

Whakawhatunga takahanga

Networking events are social events for people who are looking for jobs and people sharing career advice. You will feel less nervous if you practice what to say, what to bring with you, and how to talk to people before you go. Pānuitia atu

Job interview questions

Learning and practicing good answers to job interview questions will help you do well at your interview. Read the most commonly asked questions. Pānuitia atu

Volunteering and internship jobs

Volunteering and internship jobs are unpaid work that helps you get experience in the workplace. Learn how they can help you get a job. Pānuitia atu

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6 Steps To Find Your Perfect Job As a Refugee/Immigrant In America6 Steps to find your perfect job as a refugee or immigrant in AmericaSix practical tips to find your perfect job for all newcomers. Making the most out of your career search: How do you find your perfect job in America? Te Refugee Center Online
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