People who have been on the market for a long time may need to switch their job search up a bit. According to the Times of Northwest Indiana, it may be time for candidates who feel as if they have hit a wall in their job hunt to think about a "rededication," even during the height of the summer months. Candidates should first think about narrowing their search to make sure that they are not wasting their time applying for jobs where their skills and interests do not align. While it is admirable that a job seeker may be willing to learn, most companies are looking for candidates who can hit the ground running with little training. In order to narrow a search, candidates need to determine what relevant qualifications they can offer a company while making sure those skills are highlighted on their resume. Job seekers may also want to consider if they need to expand their skill set with postsecondary training or continuing education courses. The best Resume Writing Services reports that professionals with postsecondary training on their resumes can earn almost $1,000 more per week than those without a college degree.