How would you describe your dream job?
If you’re fresh out of college, you might want your first job to give you a proper introduction to the working world.
If you’re already working, you might want your next gig to provide you with more challenging responsibilities, higher pay, a change of scene or an easier commute from home to the office.
Fortunately, a new service recently set up its operations in the country to help you on your journey to your dream job: JobStream.
JobStream is an online job portal that connects jobseekers and volunteers with potential employers and NGOs seeking their skills.
Its founder and CEO Maridel Mampusti seeks to provide local job seekers with endless opportunities for personal and professional growth through work experiences in top-notch companies and worthwhile causes.
To start using JobStream, simply follow these steps:
- Download the JobStream App from Apple Store or Google Play
- Register and confirm your email address
- Build your jobseeker profile
- Upload your resume from your computer, mobile device, Google Drive, One Drive or Drop Box
- Indicate skills, credentials and personal traits that will help you stand out from your competitors
- Upload your video resume wherein you can highlight your speaking skills and upbeat personality
- Get updated in industry and career trends through the articles published on the site.
Once your jobseeker profile is in place, you can begin searching and applying to available jobs.
Aside from position, industry and company, jobs can also be searched according to location, a boon to those seeking to work closer to home. And since this is an online platform, you can apply to vacancies anytime and anywhere using your computer or mobile device.
JobStream also has a suite of cool features that make it easier for jobseekers like to apply to their chosen vacancies:
So, as you can see, your path to your dream job is a lot easier, thanks to JobStream.
Together with other lifestyle bloggers, I attended JobStream’s launch event held at Dong Juan Marikina. Many thanks to Maridel and Danes of JobStream for having us!
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