In this time of COVID and working from home, most companies have were forced to come up with creative ways to make their businesses work. In doing so, some inefficiencies may have come into focus. Questions about the need for huge office spaces. Questions about just how many employees are required to run the business efficiently. The outcome is that some people may not get rehired once the pandemic is over. Several colleagues have a fear in having to find a new job or even a new career. The first thing out of my mouth is. “LinkedIn”. Besides the obvious, that LinkedIn is a great business networking tool, what most people don’t realize is that it’s also monster job search tool, (…excuse the pun) and its importance in that regard is growing exponentially.
You can find all the key players in your industry on LinkedIn, and the best part is that you can easily connect with them. Appreciating the great opportunity that job search is, LinkedIn has made some great tools to help you find a new job or career. While many of the features are only accessible with a paid subscription, it’s worth it’s weight in gold.
Make sure your profile is up to date and shows you from the best possible side. Add experience, skills, and a proper title to demonstrate your readiness for new opportunities and get that new job or career. Good luck.