Most of you job hunters out there would like your reference and education polishing your resume or curriculum vitae giving you the chance of getting the attention of human resource officers. This is especially true for people who are unemployed from their jobs due to companies cutting their downsizing. The number of people have been re-dug as a result of global recession has increased at an alarming pace. Most of these people suddenly out of employment in a situation where their source of life is taken away so abruptly that she will appeal to the Government monthly checks to survive. , young professionals looking for greener pastures, the dismissed employee or middle age, and other job seekers flooding the job market. You can be one of the types of job hunters around the employment offices in the city, surfing online job databases, or watching your community bulletin board or a local newspaper. And so you know how it is to keep looking, without any positive feedback from the companies that you have sent your resumes or CVs. What seems the problem? Well, there are two important factors emerging called reference and education that must be carefully specified in your profile or portfolio. Many human resource officers are enthusiastic about these two factors due to the scarcity of jobs they offer. Each of the companies that want to employ staff would want someone who have been credibly mentioned in his references and also has the knowledge to fill in the job position that can be reflected by his education. The higher the education, the higher the expectation for you to get the job done. So how do you get a good reference? It depends if you have previous work experience and the nature of the job seeker that you are. For fresh graduates, rely on all your summer jobs and part-time jobs and then choose something that relates to the position you currently applying for. For young professionals or dismissed employee, you should consider your most recent company if they are good honorable mentions with regard to your work. Some of the companies which dismissed workers easily hand out references or recommendations to redundant workers to help them find a new job immediately.