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6 Tips for Improving Your Job Search
INCLUDE WHAT'S IMPORTANT
Employers tend to prioritize work experience, skills, certifications and club participation when they're searching. Highlight these details in your profile.
FILTER YOUR SEARCH
Once you've determined the type of job you want, set filters on your search criteria so you can narrow your results.
SPECIFY YOUR EXPERIENCE
Definitions of skill level vary, but try to follow these guidelines: beginner, one to three years; intermediate, three to six years; advanced, six to 10 years; expert, 10-plus years.
of students with a profile receive a message from a recruiter.
Last year, more than 200,000 job postings listed SAS as a desired skill.
Source: Emsi, 2019
COMMIT TO LIFELONG LEARNING
Find out if there are other courses you can take or certifications you can add to boost your résumé. Browse SAS certifications or visit our student resources to find training opportunities.
SHORE UP YOUR SKILLS
Include technical skills, such as SAS programming, and soft skills, such as communication, on your résumé. This increases your chances of appearing in an employer search.
MENTION YOUR BEST PROJECTS
Counter a lack of work experience by showing off projects you completed during school or internships. This helps employers understand your creativity and skill set.