With a new year in full swing, we find ourselves busy with New Year’s resolutions, big plans, and high hopes. A new year is a fresh start; a chance to change direction or re-dedicate ourselves to achieving our goals. But, the new year can present an opportunity to look back as well… to think about the road we’ve traveled. So, if your new year involves a new job search, you might find it beneficial to take a brief look at job search history to learn just how much things have changed.
It’s a new year; is it time for a new you? A fresh year awaits, along with a fresh start, and your annual new year resolution. It’s a time to think big and make promises to yourself about the kind of person you want to be and the kind of life you want. But we often break these promises we make to ourselves, so choose wisely. To help you out, we’ve got the lowdown on the most popular resolutions from last year, as well as some top tips for successfully sticking to your resolution this year. Will you be a resolution keeper or a resolution breaker?
Do you spend the majority of your job search connecting with people – networking both online and in person? If you’re like most job seekers, the answer is likely, no.
The average job seeker applies to online applications, tweaks their resume… and applies to more job postings. If this sounds like you, stop… right now! Just as the old way of searching through the newspaper job classifieds became job postings online… your job search must transform again.
Many I talk to think that they should change jobs every two years… which surprised many 40-somethings with whom I recently discussed the subject of job change.
Today I’m sharing some thoughts on changing jobs from both 40-somethings and 20-somethings who have made transitions…