How to Ask for a Referral

If you’re searching for a new job, you know how hard it is to break through the crowd of applicants for every open position. Since many job openings today are listed exclusively online, getting your resume noticed when hundreds — and maybe even thousands — have been submitted for the same job can be a challenge. 

One effective way to proceed with a new job search is to bypass those virtual cattle calls altogether and get in front of the HR recruiter or the hiring manager through a referral. Job seekers who get their foot in a company’s door through a referral are four times more likely to be offered a job than those who apply through the company’s website or a job board. 

New employees hired through a referral are considered a great return on investment (ROI). Not only do they stay longer and fit in better with the hiring company’s culture but they also save the company a lot in recruiting fees and time spent vetting candidates.

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