It’s hard to find job search motivation. It takes longer to find a job when fewer companies are hiring or have a hiring freeze. And time has a way of chiseling away at your confidence.
In response to the current global crisis, companies have been forced to change nearly every aspect of how they do business. This has had a significant effect on the job market. Though many employees have been given the opportunity to work from home during mandatory lock-downs, many more have simply been laid off. And with some business closing for good in the face of unprecedented losses, still, others find themselves with no job at all. The competition for the few open jobs available has become intense. How will you stand out from the crowd?
Finding a suitable job posted online is tough. Getting called for a job interview is even tougher. The most important thing to do before you apply to any job is to thoroughly analyze the job posting.
Jobvite’s 2020 Job Seeker Nation study was just released and here are the highlights to help you understand how job seekers find jobs during COVID-19 (and before COVID-19) and apply for them.
Furloughed due to COVID-19? Lost your job? Looking to make a change during these difficult times? Take advantage of these free employment resources! These difficult times have created the need for a new way to help job seekers partner up with opportunities and vice versa. Millions of people have found themselves unemployed due to no fault of their own. This has resulted in numerous initiatives to help pair unemployed talent with available opportunities. The good news is, there are lists of companies with current openings looking to hire immediately or soon. As you look at these eight free employment resources,