A lot of people think the holiday season is a bad time to look for a new job. With the year winding down, offices closing, and people going on vacation, it’s not difficult to see why you might table your job search until the New Year. But jobs open up year-round, and a company’s hiring process depends more on its needs than on the season.
Sure, things might slow down around the holidays for some companies, but this is in no way a blanket statement. In fact, the holiday season presents some fantastic networking opportunities to jumpstart your job search.
…take advantage of the downtime the holidays bring so that when January rolls around, you hit the ground running. For instance, this is a great time to re-evaluate and revamp your resume. Here are six things you can do to your resume to get a head start on your New Year’s job search. READ MORE