Tis The Season To Get A Job!
With the upcoming holidays, many job seekers decide to take a break from their search until after the holidays are over. It can be a challenge to juggle getting ready for the holidays while keeping a job hunt moving forward. Many believe that employers stop hiring during this time, but that is not always the case. Employers will hire when they need employees, no matter what time of the year. A slower holiday season for some businesses can mean a good time to hire and on-board more employees. Are you torn between calling it quits until after the New Year or keeping the search going through the holidays? Here are our reasons to keep the job search going throughout the holiday season.
Less competition. Since so many job seekers take a break from their search there is less competition in the job market. By keeping your job search going you could get an interview that you might not have gotten during another time of the year when the job market was more competitive.
More networking opportunities. There is no better time of the year than during the holidays to find more events and opportunities to network. Many organizations, chambers of commerce and businesses hold holiday events encouraging networking among employers and job seekers.
Having a job set for after the New Year. Start your New Year off fresh and stress-free with a new job! By continuing your search during the holidays you increase your chances of securing a job for after the New Year. You’ll have a set compensation and your budget in order.
Extra money for the Holidays. By finding or searching for a job during the holidays you can increase your budget for holiday spending.You will have the peace of mind of knowing that you have a job to go to and save the stress of having to look for a job after the New Year.
A temporary job could turn into a permanent one. If you are hired even for a temporary position, there is always the possibility that it can turn into a permanent one. If you make a good impression on your employer the job could be yours permanently.