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How to Land a Legal Job Quickly

It’s not always easy to nab a legal professional position quickly. Most professional job searches entail months of hard work and endless adjusting of resumes and cover letters. However, there are ways to speed up the process. If your job search is lagging in the leads department, try using some of these helpful tips.

The old fashioned, tried-and-true way of finding a position is to get your voice out there! You must know someone in your life, or a friend of a friend, who works in the industry you’re hoping to join. Even if someone is not in the legal industry, he or she may know of other avenues you can take in the meantime. Brainstorm and make a list of acquaintances and friends that may be helpful in your job search, and then get in touch with them.

Staffing Agencies
If you’re having a little trouble with a traditional job search or the process if slow-going, a staffing firm can be a great option to jumpstart your employment. Staffing firms help you to identify skills, rebuild you resume, and they are often “on retainer” for a slew of companies that use them for all their hiring needs. It couldn’t hurt to find a reputable staffing firm and express your interest and skills in the legal field, at the very least, they may help you find something temporary. You never know – it could end up being a permanent position! If you want to learn more about how a staffing agency can help you find a job in the legal industry, contact Symphony Placements today.

Social media seems to be the way everyone is finding and researching jobs now. When you apply for a job it is very likely that the hiring manager will look at your social media sites to get to know you before an interview. LinkedIn is a networking system for professionals, which offers a lot of benefits to you. Find people based on your industry, skills, and potential career paths. Connect with professionals in your field, and perhaps even send them a private message that you would like to know more about their companies. Make sure the resume you have posted on LinkedIn is of the utmost quality and accurately highlights your skills.

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