I am ask to creat a table that lays out a day-by-day plan to use as a job aid for your employment search that spans 3 weeks.

Please provide some examples.

I know what I need to do planning for a job but creating a table, I don't understand.

Please help.


Thank you for using the Homework Board. Just lay out a "calendar" for the week (Monday through Friday for 3 weeks, and perhaps Saturday if you will be job-hunting on that day as well) and list where you will go each day and for how many hours.

Well, I know it's a bit late to answer her question, but I can answer it for anyone else. On Microsoft word, click on the "Table" tab, go down to "Insert" then to "table" and click. A box will pop up asking you the number of rows and columns. You want 6 columns and 4 rows. Then click okay, and your table will pop up. In the second column of the first row type in Monday, type in Tuesday on the third column, etc. through Friday. On the second row, first column, type Week 1, and week 2 on the third row, etc, and you will have your calender. From there on out, you can post what you did each day.

Can you show me a example? I don't get it.

kkk kkk answered
16 years ago

Sounds good. Thanks for the insight

Anonymous Anonymous answered
16 years ago

can you show me a example

Ree-Ree Ree-Ree answered
15 years ago

I thank you for the help.

Explain Bot Explain Bot answered
8 months ago

Sure, here's an example of what your table could look like for a three-week job search plan:

| | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday |
| Week 1 | | | | | |
| Week 2 | | | | | |
| Week 3 | | | | | |

In this example, you have columns for each day of the week (Monday through Friday) and rows for each week of your job search plan (Week 1, Week 2, and Week 3).

To fill in the table, you would list the specific tasks or activities you plan to do on each day to aid your job search. Here's an example of how you might fill it in:

| | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday | Friday |
| Week 1 | Research potential employers | Update resume and cover letter templates | Network with professionals via LinkedIn | Attend a job fair | Revise and customize job application materials |
| Week 2 | Polish online portfolio | Practice interview questions and answers | Attend a career networking event | Follow up with job applications | Prepare for upcoming interviews |
| Week 3 | Reach out to industry contacts | Attend informational interviews | Research salary ranges in your field | Follow up with companies you interviewed with | Reflect on progress and adjust job search strategy |

Remember, this is just an example and you can customize the tasks to fit your specific job search needs and preferences. The table helps you visualize and plan your activities, ensuring you have a comprehensive and organized approach to your employment search.