Jobs in Uganda-Job Search Tips

Job-Search Tips (To Help You Find The Right Job in Uganda)

Step one of the process: Scouting for opportunities.

Basically Jobs in Uganda follows under Job Categories such as: NGO jobs in uganda,Business Administration Jobs in Uganda,Accounting and Finance Jobs in Uganda,UN jobs in uganda,Public Service Commission Jobs

Here’s what you need to keep in mind when job-searching:

1. Identify Your Career Goals

Before beginning your job search, especially if you’re a recent graduate or you’re changing careers, you need to sort out your career goals and narrow down your search.

If you’re just looking for any random job, you won’t even know where to start your search from.

Instead, ask yourself: What industry am I aiming for? What specific position? Do I have a dream job? If yes, what steps do I need to take in order to get there?

Asking these questions will help you figure out what exactly it is that you’re looking for.

2. Dedicate Time to the Search

Looking for a job is not a part-time engagement or a weekend activity. You need to be constantly on the lookout.

Schedule a number of hours/day or some specific days/week that you will dedicate to your job search and don’t stop until you have a few interviews lined up.

3. Keep Yourself Busy

While you’re looking for a job, you can invest some of your time in improving yourself. You can take an online course, volunteer, or do an internship related to the position/industry you are trying to get into.This will not only be a great way to expand your network of contacts, but it will also give you something new to add to your resume, and that’s always a plus.

4. Use Job-Search Websites

There are a ton of job-search websites out there, so picking the right one can be a bit confusing. Here are some of our favorites.

Job-search websites for everyone:


 5. Do Your research

Employment is a two-way thing: You need to be the right fit for the company, but the company needs to be the right fit for you as well.

When searching for positions to apply for, don’t just go for whatever is available. Do your research and look into the company, their values, salaries etc.

If the company is not a good match, you’ll have spared both you and them the time.