How to use tech to increase your chances of getting a job

Are you on the job hunt? Here are a few tips on how to get hired.

A man fills out an application at a booth at the Employers Only Long Island Food, Beverage and Hospitality Job Fair on Oct. 19 in Melville, N.Y. Employers likely added 450,000 jobs in October, which would mark a recovery after two months of disappointing job growth.
A man fills out an application at a booth at the Employers Only Long Island Food, Beverage and Hospitality Job Fair on Oct. 19 in Melville, N.Y. Employers likely added 450,000 jobs in October, which would mark a recovery after two months of disappointing job growth. AFP via Getty Images
A man fills out an application at a booth at the Employers Only Long Island Food, Beverage and Hospitality Job Fair on Oct. 19 in Melville, N.Y. Employers likely added 450,000 jobs in October, which would mark a recovery after two months of disappointing job growth.
A man fills out an application at a booth at the Employers Only Long Island Food, Beverage and Hospitality Job Fair on Oct. 19 in Melville, N.Y. Employers likely added 450,000 jobs in October, which would mark a recovery after two months of disappointing job growth. AFP via Getty Images

How to use tech to increase your chances of getting a job

Are you on the job hunt? Here are a few tips on how to get hired.

While many people are leaving jobs during the so-called “Great Resignation,” they’re also looking for new ones.

Reset talks through a few quick tech tips that could help.

GUEST: Danielle Abril, technology at work reporter at The Washington Post