Answered by Dan, Hiring Expert at Mutual of Omaha, on Tuesday, January 19, 2016
When researching positions that interest you, one can review over the job description or reach out to that company in particular to find out what they are looking for. First, start off reviewing the job description. This where one will not only find a more defined description of what that position does, but also find out if any special abilities, skills, or qualifications are needed. Then, if the job description is too general and not descriptive enough that is when it is best to reach out to that particular company. That way you are not only gathering the information you need, but also expressing interest within that company and networking.