Skip to content

Ways to increase your EMPLOYABILITY


The first and the foremost important thing in increasing once chances of getting employed is getting a clarity on what job fits his personality.

People who choose careers that match their own types are most likely to be both satisfied and successful .

If you are flexible, spontaneous and creative then the advertising industry could be an interesting option for you. If you like numbers and working by yourself then accounting could be the thing for you. You need to evaluate your qualifications and your personality traits in order to make the best choice.

It always important the nature of the job fits your personality.  To understand which jobs fits your personality take –

Tip – 2 – Align your education and work experience with the job requirements

Once that you have identified the job that fits your personality, it is important now to identify the job requirements and align them with your education and work experience.  If you are looking for a job in an industry where you have prior work experience or an internship, you can highlight them in your resume.


Cover letters are a great way to introduce your resume. It is a good idea to write one as you will be specifying the job position you are applying for and you can explain why you think you are best suited for the role. It is not as structured as the resume so you can personalize it and differentiate yourself from the other candidates.

Tip -4 – Prepare a good Resume

TMIe2Eacademy being in the field of recruitment of graduates, have checked more than 10,000+ resumes in the previous one year and one noticeable thing of all resumes was the objective. More than 65% of the graduate resumes carry the same objective.

Once you get clarity starting preparing a good resume, which showcases you rather than your dear friend or your total class.

In present day most companies use recruiting management software to screen candidates for job openings. Resume keywords are the words that those hiring managers search for when going through their database of resumes.

In order to get found, your resume needs to contain keywords that directly target the jobs you are interested in. So start searching key words specific to your job requirements, your skills, software and technology competencies and relevant credentials.

Tip – 5 – Prepare a list of references

It is always a good idea to have a good rapport with your professors and former employers. They can give you a good reference and help you in your career.

Tip – 6  - Starting Implementing

The first 5 tips helps you acquire the necessary clarity, skill set and essential contacts before entering the real search mode. Tip – 6 is simple and the toughest of all – START IMPLEMENTING.

Tip – 7 – Volunteer/ Intern

If you have successfully implemented the first 6 tips, by now you would be getting an opportunity to work as a volunteer or an intern and the only advise is grab it with two hands.

You may start out doing boring or easy work, but as you stick around and demonstrate your commitment, you’ll also be gaining references. Emphasize your volunteer experience on your resume, as companies that treat their employees well tend to favor candidates who help the community somehow.

Tip – 8 – Use Placement agencies and Job Portals.

Most of the companies rely on recruitment agencies and job portals for acquiring the talent. So start posting your new resume in different job portals and placement agencies.

Apart from the placement agencies and job portals, your friends and family can be helpful during the job hunting process as well. It is a good idea to pass around your resume and let everyone know you are looking for a job. A company employee can refer you when there is a job opening.

Tip – 9 – Use Social media

If you a candidate of Gen Y, and will accustomed to Face book , LinkedIn and other social network sites. It is always advisable to stay active in case of LinkedIn update your profile, follow companies of your interest, look for job openings.

Tip – 10 – Don’t lose hope. -The Next toughest tip after 6th is not losing hoping.

For a recent graduate, finding a job in one’s field upon graduation is hard; you are so excited to start working, but then you don’t have a venue. This can be a huge let-down.   It can really destroy your self-esteem; you take the unemployment as a personal failure, and start to blame yourself.  It doesn’t only hurt yourself; it can burden your family, friends, and support system.

Posted in Careers & Employability.

0 Responses

Stay in touch with the conversation, subscribe to the RSS feed for comments on this post.

Some HTML is OK

or, reply to this post via trackback.