To be effective, you need to have a clear idea of what you want to do, and what you can bring to a company. Make a list of areas you have experience in, where your interests lie, where you want to work, what level of work you are looking for... etc. The more specific you are, the better you will be able to navigate the dense jungle of job listings.
It's better to send a few personalised applications than a chain of identical ones. Make sure you adapt your CV and cover letter to the different job offers you're applying to in order to differentiate yourself from the rest of your competitors. Store them carefully in a file: this will allow you to be able to re-read and perhaps detect any weak points which could damage your application.
We all need a little help when it comes to finding a job, and there are several possible options for that:
Set clear goals when applying, for example:
Being organised will allow you to keep up a positive work dynamic, be able to track your progress, and target any difficulties you may have.
It may seem less important at first, but in order to maintain a positive attitude and be effective in your search, it's important to take care of yourself and your mental health as well. Your job search can be very trying for your morale, so remember to clear your mind by doing activities that make you happy and stimulate you, so that you can be at the top of your game again when you dive back into your job hunt.
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