Apply NOW for Seasonal Jobs

Seasonal jobs are accepting applications and hiring RIGHT NOW. You may think that a seasonal job is beneath you or won’t pay you enough money. I want you to consider the many benefits of working a seasonal job. The primary benefit is that you will be working and meeting people on a daily basis that can become part of your network. Hiring authorities and executives shop over the holiday season too. You never know when a season job could end up being an introduction to someone who could either open up doors or possibly offer you an opportunity.

 

Other benefits include:

  • Recent experience on your resume
  • Getting back in the workforce
  • Many seasonal jobs lead to full-time opportunities
  • Working help builds your self-confidence and alleviate depression
  • You will meet many new people who will be your co-workers
  • You will meet new customers on a daily basis

There is nothing that can be more depressing than not working or having any money during the Holidays. Your seasonal job may not be near the position or income you were earning, but the benefits of a seasonal job far outweigh the negatives. Most seasonal jobs are not 40 hours a week, which also leaves time for you to conduct your job search.

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It’s important to understand that most companies hire in the last quarter of the year. They need to spend their hiring budget in order to get the same or higher budget next year. If they don’t spend their hiring budget, the number is often decreased for the following year. This is the best time to escalate your job search efforts.

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