What should prepare for a job application?

@jencai (3415)
May 8, 2007 10:38am CST
It's almost one year when I resigned to my last job. I feel so tired after two years of working with them. I have to end it up for the sake of my health, I might get worst if I don't give it up. Right now, I feel I have to get a new job. I don't know how to start and deal with it. Honestly, I feel nervous when I think of it. Can you help me make it through? I know that there are lots of professional here. I hope you could share something with me. Thank you so much!
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@whyaskq (7532)
• Singapore
9 May 07
Before you get a job, you need to know what kind of job are you looking for. This I think is the basic requisite. I can bet that you will not enjoy the job should you immediately accept any job that comes along. Think along these lines... 1) Why am I looking for a job 2) What am I looking for in a job 3) What is required of the job I am interested in 4) Am I qualified, over or under qualified for the job 5) Do I blend into the job industry You will also need to have a resume or curriculum vitae, stating your working experience and be prepared to answer why should the employer employ you.
@jencai (3415)
• Philippines
10 May 07
Exactly, I need to prepare myself after answering those questions you have mentioned. Thank's!