The job market is tight. With so many talented individuals gunning for the same job, it will only leave a couple of people with a job, and the rest is looking off to try their luck at another vacancy. The process can get tedious especially if you have been applying for days and months with no end in sight.
However, instead of just watching your competition get hired for your dream job from popular job boards, find a proactive way that allows you to hold a distinct advantage over others in the market and increase your chances of getting hired.
I’m talking, of course, about blogging.
When done correctly, blogging is a job in and of itself. But not all people dream of blogging as a full-time job. Some view it as a way to earn extra on the side and complement their earnings. In this case, therefore, you can leverage blogging so you can get ahead with your career.
The main goal of leveraging blogging to get a job is to attract your target clients in the hopes of impressing them with what you’ve written and published. More importantly, employers now screen applicants based on their social media activities and online footprint. This shows how a professional and client-friendly online presence can determine whether or not you will be accepted for the job.
Below are tips on how you can do this: