I have 10+ years of experience in Warehouse, Logistics, Inventory & Supply Chain in Manufacturing(Pharmaceuticals) sector. I have been relocated from India to US and now authorized to work in US. I have been applying for many related jobs but seems i am not being considered. Is my professional experience in India not considered in US ??? why am i not getting any positive replies (at least for interviews) is there any different way to approach companies in US??
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Do you have a resume? It may be that your resume is not reflecting your true skills. While a cover letter is also important, a well written resume which focuses on your skills and experience means a lot more. I would also suggest you look at increasing your networking contacts. As a career advisor I have found most people get a job in less than a year if they are focused and conduct a smart search - which means they have a well written resume, cover letter, know their skills and can speak to them, and use networking as a top tool. Good luck!!
Hi Prasanna, Welcome to the US. It takes time to find the right job, e.g., 1 to 2 years is typical. The key to getting an interview starts with a good cover letter. They need to know that you understand their culture (this can be found by reading their company web pages) and how your technical, interpersonal and problem solving skills would make you an ideal candidate. Another way to find a job is by networking. I've heard that only 20% of the jobs are found by submitting resumes on line. The other 80% are found through networking. To find networking events in your area, go to "www.meetup.com". Don't be discouraged. Try to enjoy the process. Tom