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3 ways to find target companies
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Welcome to Career Confidence!
You ready to get one step closer to landing your target job?
Today I’ll be sharing 5 ways to find your target companies.
Let’s dive in.
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5 Ways to Find Your Target Companies
1. Use ChatGPT
Use ChatGPT to identify companies you’re interested in. Specify any sort of details you’d like, such as company size, location, industry etc.
Prompt: I want to be a Product Marketing Manager. And I’m looking for technology companies with 500-1000 employees in the US. Can you give me a list of 15 companies I should look into? Can you create a table of three columns. The first with the company names, the second with the company descriptions, and the third with the company websites.
Here are the results:
2. Job Boards
And search for your target role / level.
Filter for companies in your target industry. The results will be companies that are hiring for your role. Another great way to find your target companies.
Go to LinkedIn search and filter for companies.
Filter for your target location, industry, company size etc. and hit ‘show results’
Simply search for companies on Google…
Filter for your target industry, size etc.
“Financial services companies in the US from 500-1000 employees”
You’ll get a few lists of companies you may be interested in.
5. H1B Database
Go to the H1B database and search for your target role.
You’ll get a list of companies that sponsor immigrants in the US. And you can add them to your target list of companies.
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