Before we ring in the new year, we wanted to provide some job search advice if you are looking to change paths, or start something new. We’ve compiled a list of why you should job search during the holidays, some career quizzes to help you get a better understanding of what you’re looking for, and trends to look out for. Check it out, below!

11 Reasons to Job Search During the Holidays  

Although the holidays seem to be a time of year when people take away from work, it is actually one of the best times to job search. From extra money for the holidays, limited competition, to negotiation possibilities, here are 11 reasons to job search during the holidays.

Instead of Waiting for the New Year Start Your Job Search and Change Your Work Life Right Now

“Workers have resigned from jobs they hate. They’ve pivoted to opportunities that offer them fulfillment and a sense of purpose”. Here is why you shouldn’t wait for the new year to change your work life. Check it out.

4 Hiring Trends Job Seekers Should Know

“According to a recent report from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, 4.3 million Americans (or around 2.9% of the workforce) quit their jobs in August.”  Therefore, if you’re looking to start a new job in 2022, it’s a job seeker’s market right now. Here are 4 trends you should know about.

10 Career Quizzes to Help You Find a New Job for the New Year

Looking for some assistance in figuring out what you want in a new job? Check out these quizzes, from What Job Best Fits Your Life, O-Net Interest Profiler, The Big Five Personality Test, and more.

New Year’s Job Search Resolutions for Introverts

Job searching as an introvert can feel overwhelming. Advocating for yourself, being the one to reach out, sending a follow-up, having interviews – may be out of your comfort zone. These tips will help you move forward in your job search if you’re feeling your introverted personality is holding you back.



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