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One thing that Jacob learned from this experience was that applying for jobs that he had little or no experience in, mostly turned out to be a waste of time since he got 0 interviews secured for those jobs.
This is important because in the remote job world, your potential employer expects you to already know what you are doing, and since you won’t be meeting that often in real life, there is no chance he or she will have the chance to teach you a new skill unless it’s done online of course. This is very important to know so that you don’t waste your time either, and that you only apply to jobs that fit the field you were already working in, or the field that you majored in school.
There are a lot of job board websites on the internet that you can go to and search for a job on, and they will not disappoint as they contain 100s if not 1000s of job opportunities in every field that you can possibly think of.
The top 10 that we recommend you visit and start your search journey on are:
- Remote Rocket Ships
- Stack Overflow
- Authentic Jobs
Unlike Jacob, you don’t have to search in many places to find the right remote job for you as we have listed the very best ones above!
It took Jacob 2 weeks of applying left right before he finally got an email back for an interview. He made sure he was on his best behavior when he took the interview and applied some basic but vital interview ethics and tips. This included what he did before, during, and after the interview.
The first thing he did was reply right away to the email confirming his availability, after that, all he needed to do was be on time (or earlier) and wait for the interviewer to log in. When it comes to what he did during the interview, he was being responsive, paid close attention to what the interviewer was saying, and gave honest but good answers when asked a question. It was also important for him to ask questions when he is given the chance, to show the interviewer that he is interested in the job position.
All of this is very important because how you behave before, during, and after a job interview could very well determine whether you get the job you’re seeking or not.
Luck had nothing to do with what happened with Jacob
He prepared a stellar application for each and every job he applied for. When called for an interview, he took the time to prepare for it.
The keyword here is preparation, which you should consider when applying for remote jobs.
Jacob is not an exception, there are literally thousands of people around the world right now getting hired for really attractive jobs that are 100% remote.
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