I am not looking for a new job for myself but I work with staffing companies to help them share their open jobs with Jobcase. Most of the staffing companies I'm speaking with are not hiring or are not hiring very many people in January.

But from what I am reading online, it seems January is a great time for job search -- this made me think of the Jobcase community:

If you are actively job searching how are you managing your search? Are... see more

I work at 2 factories and know that most shut down for 2 weeks between Christmas and New Year's. We are still... see more

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We are excited to finally introduce a new and improved Jobcase, For You!

Our site has been rebuilt to deliver only the best advice and job search results much faster than before. Search smarter with the help of Jobcase!

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Got questions? Want advice? Check out the For You homepage where you can follow topics and create a custom stream of the most relevant and interesting content from our community.

Struggling with applications?... see more

Jobcase genuinely changes people's lives. My personal experience is that finding a job is the hardest job, and... see more

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I lost my job of 7 years a week before Christmas. I had nothing lined up and my last paycheck was all I had for the holidays. I got my resume updated started posting and searching. I took every interview I could get and no one was calling. I finally got a callback with an ofer paying me $10,000 more a year than what I was making plus full benefits that I really needed. I stayed focus ,kept the faith and my new year is getting off to a good start... see more

I lost my job Christmas eve an belive when i say it was blow but i rebounded with my own business thanks to god an... see more

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A few years ago my cousin, who was graduating from college asked for my help with his resume. He had done some internships but felt his experience was thin, and the job market for new grads was still quite competitive then. I suggested that he look at the skills he developed leading and motivating his high school and college soccer teams, and bring those skills forward on his resume. It's important to not just show what you learn from a job... see more

Hey Karin Lash ... how are you? Happy New Year!! This is excellent advice for first time job seekers who struggle... see more

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Hello Jobcasers, I’ve noticed that a lot of people having been needing help with resumes, interviews, trying to find a particular type of job or just simply needing advice. If theres is anyone you know that need that type of help or even yourself, let me know and Ill be more than HAPPY to help free of charge! I am great at writing and putting the right words together. If you want to give me a shot, comment or message me and I promise I wont let... see more

Thank you for doing this Jessica! You exemplify what the Jobcase community is all about!

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Stressed at work? Welcome to the club! As someone who enjoys staying busy, I feel as though I am constantly juggling several tasks and initiatives while at work. Here are my top three tips for how I manage the stress:

1. Start your day off on a positive note: I always start my day with a quote of the day and a delicious cup of coffee. This could be through a daily motivational calendar or even pop into this community to find some motivation... see more

I love to-do lists and couldn't agree more that staying organized throughout the day and workweek is key to... see more

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Learn the valuable lessons from the sting of bad choices and grow from it. Make a vow to yourself in 2020 to make better choices; the kind of choices that empower you, your future and those you share your life with.
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I disagree. There are 3 types of intelligence.

The first and most uncommon is. You hear bad things about an... see more

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I was recently fired from my job for circumstances that were not entirely my fault . I did own my part in it and hold no resentment against my former employer . My advice is to move on with dignity and use resources that are available and seek employment elsewhere

Agree! “Stand for something or fall for anything”. If you are not serious about what you believe in, why would... see more

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Doing the right thing should not be expected. It should be a will. And not expect a reward. The reward is Karma. Karma is not only bad. There was a saying that we had on our note books at my junior high. It said I choose to do the right thing even when no one is looking. I also lived with another from my JROTC(JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS). Is Integrity first, Service before self , and Excellence in all we do. Life is full of choices. It... see more

Well said Beatrice Pesqueira ! To live with integrity is to live as your best self. Thanks for this reminder :-)

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I saw this article and thought others would benefit on how to bounce back after being fired. There's some great information here, please let me know if it was helpful!

https://goodmenproject.com/business-ethics-2/from-fired-to-hired-how-1000-people-bounced-back-after-losing-their-job-mlvtt-cmtt/

Everyone stresses about doing a good job at work but for me, the most stress comes from trying to remember too many things at once.

Whether on paper or on my phone, just finding a way write them all down helps me focus on one task and then getting that satisfaction of crossing it off when I’m done! When I don’t do it I’m always worried about forgetting something or wondering if I should be working on something else. It seems small but it... see more

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