So you guys, I just got featured on Andrew Seaman’s LinkedIn Newsfeed! This will mark my seventh time being featured as part of a LinkedIn News post. Here’s to more before we close out the year!
Please check out this fantastic article by LinkedIn.com as part of their weekly News’ Job Search & Careers editorials from Andrew Seaman with our president, Matt Warzel, as a contributor – Change careers, build an empire
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Another wonderful piece Andrew! Have a vision of your dream job. Think of your job drivers. What’s important to you? Time, money, benefits, 401(k)s, location, product offerings, company image, culture, values, progressive versus traditional setting, remote versus on-location, passionate project opportunities, etc. Each is different for each person. What motivates you? What’s your passion? What can you do that will make you happy in 2 weeks, 3 months, a year?
Be pragmatic about your daily job hunting activities. Do what makes sense for you AND the company’s hiring managers and recruiters. Know that it’s a tough market, extremely tough circumstances due to the global pandemic, and it’s sort of unknown as to how employers will be navigating the remaining hiring season as COVID continues to push boundaries and complicate certain aspects of not only hiring but retaining employees. Maybe more hurry and waits or no hurries at all. So be patient, but stay hungry.
Be realistic in what you can achieve. While taking chances and risks are a good thing, do not over-stretch yourself into a role you simply are not a fit for (yet). What industry do you want to live in, and in what role? Be specific in what you want, clarify it, write it down, consume knowledge of it, live it. Recruiters cannot help you if you nor they know what you want to do.