Searching for a job is a hard and frustrating task that you will endure in your life. According to the masterpiece “What Color is your Parachute” in all its 20+ editions, there are two main job search strategies with different tools. Bare them in mind before you start your job search, and know which one fits you the most. Read More
In our last article about financial management during COVID-19, I talked about some interesting definitions to help you understand how financial management really works.
With coronavirus pandemic numbers decreasing daily, we need to make sure that after this pandemic ends, we have learned a thing or two. Since some of us had to make some financial sacrifices due to some job changes; salary reductions or even – God forbids – layoffs; one of the things that we by now should be able to do is managing our finances.
Following the COVID-19 financial impact on all of us, employers are looking forward to increasing efficiency and profitability at their workplaces. Companies have been struggling to maintain the same workflow with virtual tools, meetings, and processes.
Since March 11th, 2020, when COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, we should have known that our professional life will not be the same during and after these circumstances.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, many of us have been forced to change the way we conduct our professional lives. employers are embracing remote work styles and employees are entering a new, digital workforce era. Amidst all these unexpected changes recruiters and Hiring managers are still tasked with finding the right talent.
If you can afford to look for a new career at this time, want to find a new career when it’s all over or if you are forced to look for a new career right away, you can use this time to your advantage. Even though many companies are not hiring, there are still others in this time that are. In any case, spending extra time at home during the pandemic should offer you more time to reflect and prepare.
On March 11th, 2020, when COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, we should have known that our lives (and our professional careers) would not be the same any time soon. Many businesses have been affected negatively, companies shutting down, pay-cuts and people being laid off. All of this happening, it’s bound to take its toll on careers and future plans for ourselves. In this blog series, I will talk about the effects of the pandemic on your career as a professional.
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