You can’t get different results doing things the same way. That’s why this week’s summary is about thinking differently about your job search.
As more people get vaccinated and the economy begins to open up, you want to make sure you are ready for what’s coming next.
If you are using the same playbook for your job search, it’s time to start thinking differently. (Employers are.)
In this week’s summary, you’ll find articles about:
- Experience vs. relevance
- In the final stages of job search…keep going
- Owning your strengths
- Enhancing your resume
- A productivity tip
- New social media platform
- 7 commandments of leadership post-pandemic
- Where the jobs will be after the pandemic
For those who are LTU (long-term unemployed), please remember this:
A crumpled 20 dollar bill is still worth $20.
More experienced job seekers will benefit from understanding this shift in thinking.
Here’s The Deal (don’t stop) | Dr. Dawn Graham
Too often, job seekers stop their job search when they are interviewing. See why you should NEVER stop looking.
Finding And Owning Your Strengths | LinkedIn News
How to Add Achievements and Measurements Into Your Executive Resume | Career Impressions
Thanks to our Monday Motivation group for mentioning this strategy for getting things done.
The Elements of the 5 Second Rule | Mel Robbins
Audio-chat social networks? Clubhouse is the hottest new social media platform. Facebook and Twitter have their own versions now too! But see why Clubhouse is important.
Why I Was Wrong About Clubhouse … And You Are, Too | SmartBrief
A conversation with Tom Peters and the 7 commandments of leadership after the pandemic.
After The Storm | Burning Glass Technologies
The predicted recovery jobs will be in these types of economies: Readiness, Logistics, Green, Remote, Automated. Download the summary or full report to better understand what the jobs post-pandemic will look like.
In this conversation with Linda Heeler, I share how the old truths about job search and careers are no longer valid in the current work climate.
Here 6 perspectives (including mine) on when to tell your employer your pregnant.