It’s time to get back in the game because job opportunities are on the rise and employers are ready to hire!
If you’ve been searching for a job over the past year, it’s been a drag. You’ve been ghosted, rejected and/or dismissed. But now is the time to reignite your search and get back in the game.
But don’t start where you left off.
- Research companies you would like to work for.
- Refine your personal branding.
- Reach out to people you know who work inside target companies.
I know, you’ve already reached out to people before, but you need to do it again. People forget. People were distracted before. Give them a reason to want to help you!
Be clear in your messaging (tell them what you want to do and where you want to do it!)
Employers are optimistic too and an increase in posted jobs reflects this.
This week’s summary includes information to help you get off the sidelines and refine your search:
- 3 job search strategies
- ATS secrets you need to know
- 5 ways to keep your job search alive
- Remote work, flexible work and pay
- The gig economy is for all levels
- New Hybrid work report
Three winning job search strategies | MarketWatch
Here are the 3 strategies. But please read the full article to dive deeper into what they really mean!
- Hone your “career durability.”
- Humanize your LinkedIn profile.
- If you are a person of color or a woman, target employers prioritizing diversity and inclusion.
If you think the ATS is the problem with your application getting seen, think again. Learn how ATS were designed to work.
Have you tried these things?
Of the 62% of organizations with existing geographic pay policies, 44% are considering modifying or have recently modified their policies due to the increase of full-time remote work, the [WorldatWork’s Geographic Pay Policies Study] found.
65% said they want to remain full-time remote workers after the pandemic. 33% prefer a hybrid work arrangement
2% say they want to return to the office full-time.
Fractional leadership allows startups to find highly skilled talent willing to work on a part-time basis. Saloio uses the example of a chief marketing officer: “I want a seasoned CMO, but I can’t afford to hire them full-time. So I’ll hire a fractional CMO for two to three days a week. Bring them on while you are growing.”
The Next Great Disruption Is Hybrid Work—Are We Ready? | Microsoft Work Trend Index 2021
These are the trends outlined in this new global study:
- Flexible work is here to stay
- Leaders are out of touch with employees & need a wake-up call.
- High productivity is masking an exhausted workforce
- Gen Z is at risk and will need to be re-energized
- Shrinking networks are endangering innovation
- Authenticity will spur productivity and wellbeing
- Talent is everywhere in a hybrid work world
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