If you’re finding it tough to land a job，try expanding your job－hunting plan to include the following tactics：
Set your target.While you should always keep your options open to compromise，you should also be sure to target exactly what you want in a job.A specific job hunt will be more efficient than a haphazard one.
Schedule ample interviews.Use every possible method to get interviews——answering ads，using search firms，contacting companies directly，surfing the Web，and networking.Even if a job is not perfect for you，every interview can be approached as a positive experience.
Follow up.Even if someone does not hire you，write them a thank－you note for the interview.Then，some weeks later，send another brief letter to explain that you still have not found the perfect position and that you will be available to interview again if the original position you applied for——or any other position，for that matter——is open.Do this with every position you interview for，and you may just catch a break.
Make it your full－time job.You can’t find a job by looking sporadically。You have to make time for it.If you’re unemployed and looking，devote as much time as you would to a full－time job.If you have a job while you’re looking，figure out an organized schedule to maximize your searching time.
Network vertically。In the research phase of your job hunt，talk to people who are on a level above you in your desired industry.They’ll have some insights that people at your own level won’t have，and will be in a good position to hire you or recommend you to be hired.Keep your spirits up.Looking for a job is one of the toughest things you will ever have to do.Maintain your confidence，stay persistent，and think positively，and eventually you will get a job that suits you.