You’ll be Surprised
When is the best time of the year to conduct a job search?
What are the three best months to look for a job? July, August, and December. Now, people are going to be astounded. They are going to be floored. Why? Let me tell you why. In July and August, 70% of your competition drop out of the job search. Do the arithmetic. If you are only fighting against 30% versus the hundred percent, don’t you think that’s going to bring you huge value? You can march on a lot faster.
Let us look at it from another perspective. Decision-makers do take a vacation, but hiring still has to go on. They still need to fill vacancies during those months. And yes, even in December, as we approach Christmas and other celebrations and religious celebrations.
You need to up your search in July, August, and December.
I have had three clients in the last three or four years sign their contracts, their job offers, at about seven or eight o’clock at night on Christmas Eve.
Are you surprised? You’re not alone. 70% of your peers in a job search are highly surprised.
I can help!
If you are in career transition, I would be happy to help to nurture and coach you through this difficult period of your life. I have an offer for you, a free resume critique, and a LinkedIn audit. I will give you 30 minutes of my time, no obligation, no sales pitch, to go through your LinkedIn and your resume from top to bottom. However, I will tell you, I am tough. I say it as it is. I will tell you how to eliminate any red flags and have a bank of green flags. That means you will sail through your job search and through your career transition. Are you interested? If so, email me your resume on LinkedIn, or send it to me by clicking on the button below. I’d be happy to help you. Cheers!
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