字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hi my name is Pat Goodwin with Pat Goodwin Associates dot com. And today we are going to talk about how to find jobs in office work. When I begin to think about office work, I quickly decide that type of work in that area of work is some of the most important work there is. Finding a job in an office is based on the skills that you have to be able to be extremely professional. Someone who is a team player, who's takes the initiative to what needs to be done. And to be able to be responsible for the work that's been given to you. So how to find a job in an office would begin by looking and researching the type of business that you might like to work in. You might like to work in a real estate office or an insurance company. Or a high tech organization or a medical office. If you can focus on the type of office that you'd like to work in, then you can look in the newspaper online, you can look at a particular business online and look at under careers to see what types of position they are looking to fill. Another way of finding a job in an office is be able to go to temporary staffing services or a professional search firms. You would never be charged the fee for finding the job, they would help you find a job in an office that they have been contracted by the owner of the office, the manger of the office to find someone to work in their office. So you can go to the internet and look at placement services, employment agencies that are handling particular jobs that focus on office work. And in every city there are search firms listed under employment agencies or search firms that can help you to help find a job in that area. You would need to go to their office and fill out an application. You would need to fill out that application out entirely not say see resume. You would want to be prepared to take some assessments and testing in their office. They are going to probably check your excel skills, your processing skills, so I would be prepared for that. If you have a resume make sure you take that resume and often times you can apply online to some of the temporary staffing services. And as you begin to look at jobs don't rely on the search firm to find the job for you. But list with them and then maybe work from a temporary standpoint where you can go temp to hire in office work. The universities in your city or your area are always looking for administrative assistants in office help. You may find that working in the mail room or being in their IT department is still in the office. So whatever type of work that you want to be able to focus on and working in the office, there is so much research out there and so many websites and so many places where you can post your resume as well as begin to aggressively look for companies that you would like to work for. I wish you luck in finding a job in an office and that's how you do it. Thank you.