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5 ways to get excited for your job search
Last updated: October 2, 2022
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Finding a new job can feel overwhelming, but THIS can be your moment. Get inspiration from the following 5 steps.

Job opportunities are everywhere…

There has never been a better time than NOW to pick a new career path. Job openings have doubled since a year ago at the start of the pandemic.

JOB HACK: The hardest part of any new routine is starting. Do your best to schedule one hour per day for the next week to prepare your resume.

Consider something different!

If you’re unhappy with your last (or current) job, it might be the perfect time to look for something new. And with many states reducing or ending stimulus payments, it could be smart to make a move now.

JOB HACK: It’s never too late to start something new. Never! See this guide to making successful career changes.

Make time to apply for jobs

Once you know what kind of job you’re looking for, go get it! This may sound like a no-brainer, yet this is where so many people get stuck.

JOB HACK: Think about the time of day when you have the most energy and use this time to send out your resume. Apply for 2-3 jobs per day if you can.

Crush your interview

93% of candidates feel nervous before a job interview, which means you are not alone! It’s completely normal to have butterflies before a life-changing conversation.

JOB HACK: Prepare! Learn about the company mission, goals, values - and be ready to talk about why you fit in. Use these 7 tips to get that dream job.

Follow up (don’t stop now!)

If you had a good interview, and you want the job, be sure to follow up with the interviewer! This simple step is why many people get a job offer quickly.

JOB HACK: Be brief, say “Thank You”, and don't push too hard. Here are a few more tips to ensure you don’t bother a potential employer.

Before you go…

-See what people are talking about on the Jobcase Community!

-Ask a question and see what people think…

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