After many anxious nights and frustrating days, you’ve finally made a decision: you need to find a new job. Over the last few months, you may have gone back and forth, thinking and rethinking, questioning if you should just stick it out or if you should find a new home for your talent. The perfect time to start your job search is before you begin feeling a desperate need to get out of your current position. One of the worst times to start a job search is when you feel like your back is up against the wall.
Your Ideal Next Job & Employer Exercise
Phil Stella, Effective Training & Communication
How many of you are seeking a new job?
How many are seeking a great new job with a great employer, so good that you would have left your previous job to take it?
How many will know it when you see it or where to find it?
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By Hannah Morgan April 24, 2013
You may feel pressured to be more outgoing and extroverted, especially during your job search. Don't despair: Introverts possess many strengths, many of which are even admired by employers.
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