Though the traditional, still effective technique of job hunt in Sydney is knocking employer’s door. Especially, small and medium companies in the retail, hospitality sector you can get a job with door-to-door technique. While you go to try this you stop at businesses and introduce yourself and see if the businesses have any job openings. In Sydney, many restaurants, café, and other retail services place their vacancy note on their door, so there is pretty good chance to get hired on the spot.
Job hunt in Sydney using Door-to-Door technique
If you are looking for a job in Sydney, did couples of cold calls, online application as well and still have no response, its time to go door-to-door. Before you go for it prepare a good resume and make plenty of copies, and if you have other supporting documents such as RSA don’t forget include. You may get rejections at the very first if you approach with a positive learning attitude you would be hired with couples of the visit.
When you make mind to start a Job hunt in Sydney using this door-to-door technique first sort out occupation and sector in which you want to work for. For example: if you want to build your career as ‘Chef’ and looking for a job in restaurants you need to select the suburb or place known for food and eateries. First start with your community then extends the radius to the suburb you live and if needed to up to 25 minutes drive or 30-40 minutes public ride.
While approaching businesses and stores for a job keep your confidence up and handle the situation tactfully. It’s the only job hunting approach where you can show your skills on the spot, many managers and employer if impressed ask a trial straight away.
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Here are a number of Sydney places where most of the shopping centers, hospitality, and retail businesses hire people who knock their door to ask if they have any job available:
• The Rocks
• Circular Quay
• Darling Harbour
• Surry Hills
• Walsh Bay
• Bondi Beach
• Bondi Junction
• Double Bay
• Moore Park
• Mt. Druitt
• North Rocks
• Neutral Bay
• North Sydney
• Lane Cove
• Crows Nest
• Milson’s Point
• Kings Cross
• Potts Point
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