Using custom printing to stand out in the job market

Find out how to stand out using custom printing. 

  • Last updated Sep 5, 2019 4:12:41 PM
  • Cristina Ubeda

Once you’ve earned your law degree, you have a lot of options open to you. Wherever you choose to apply your talents in the legal field, you need to make sure that you do whatever you can to stand out. There are so many qualified people chasing the same jobs and you have to set yourself apart from the pack. With a lot of ways to do this out there, it can be difficult to know what’s best.

One avenue you should strongly consider is using the custom printing services of a specialist online printer, such as helloprint.co.uk. Custom printed materials could be the helping hand you need to make your mark in an overcrowded job market. So what can you use?

Business cards

Networking is still one of the best ways into a new job—in fact, many new vacancies are filled before the job is even advertised. You must be properly prepared because you never know when that next tempting job offer is going to come along. That’s why you need to invest in some custom-printed business cards to help you make your mark, wherever you go.

A business card is lightweight, affordable, and carries all the necessary information needed to keep you fresh in the mind of your newly-made contacts.

Flyers

Nobody can offer you a job if you don’t make your presence known, and a flyer is an excellent way to do that. A flyer can carry all of the essential information about you to help you show off your skills to your new potential employers. Give a brief overview of your key skills, your history, your qualifications, and a clear method of contact. When contact is made you can then further pitch why you’re suitable for the job.

Remember, however, to be responsible where you place your flyers. The goal is to present yourself positively, which you won’t do by putting flyers where they aren’t allowed.

Thank you cards

It’s always good form to thank the interviewer for giving you the opportunity. Whether you get the job or you don’t, it can help make that all-important positive impression. This could well lead the interviewer to speak positively about you elsewhere, which may lead to even more opportunities. A simple “Thank You” card can go a long way to making you stand out from a pool of candidates.

Remember to be straightforward with the message you convey—don’t go overboard, just saying thank you for the opportunity is more than enough.

Make your start today

Getting some help standing out by using custom-printed materials says a lot about you to potential employers, and all of it is positive. It says you’re tenacious, resourceful, and that you’re willing to think outside the box to reach your goals.

It’s easy and affordable, so get started today.

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