10 Tips To Help You Get A Job You Love

Getting a job you love is easier than it sounds. Just find what it is you want to do and get creative with the application process, the odds are in your favor! These helpful tips are brought to you by State Farm®.

1. First off, try taking a quiz to help you determine what your dream job might be.

Not sure what kind of job would make you truly happy? Try taking this handy quiz for a start.

2. Keep an open mind.

Finding a job is no easy feat, especially if you have your heart set on a specific company or job title. Stay optimistic and keep at it, you’ll be surprised what surprising career opportunities you will find.

3. You could try marketing yourself as a real product.

Online résumés have become increasingly popular, especially for tech-related jobs. Find a format that will grab your future employer’s attention, like web product manager Philippe Dubost’s personal spin on an Amazon product page.

4. Or turn your résumé into an eye-grabbing infographic.

Services like Vizualize.Me let you input your information with ease and do the designing for you.

5. Set your application to song.

Just don’t do it as a parody of “Call me, Maybe” - a few other people have thought of that one already.

6. Appeal to the employer’s sweet tooth.

Whether it’s a résumé candy bar, résumé cake or a résumé cookie - a fun, edible CV will help you stand out from the crowd. After all, who doesn’t like cookies?

7. Or get their attention by utilizing their own product.

Dani Morrison / Via Twitter: @UrSourcingPrtnr

This applicant for a Starbucks manager position wrote his résumé directly on the back the coffee chain’s ubiquitous Venti cup, earning the attention and praise of a company recruiter.

8. Whatever you do, don’t be afraid to go with unconventional packaging.

sunshinebetty / Via instagram.com

9. At the very least, you will put a smile on someone’s face.

Sandy Santos / Via instagram.com

10. Whatever you do, get out there and keep trying!

We believe in you.

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