Part 2 of our guidance on how to prepare for the coming hiring market upturn.
We're releasing this cast in the spring of 2020, during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
As we record this cast in early 2011, the signs of hiring recovering from the recession are still interspersed with more negative indicators. However, whether it's in the next few months or before the end of the year, the recovery will come. The world economies have always and will always cycle through growth and recession, and we need to be as prepared for an upturn as we are for a downturn.
It's not only growth which fuels empty vacancies. As the labor force begins to feel more secure, the quit rate goes up and the liquidity of the labor market increases. That's what we're seeing right now, ahead of the upturn. Whatever the current situation when you hear this cast, you need to be prepared.
Let's not all make the same old, "rushing around getting my resume ready when I get a call mistake" TODAY ... because now things happen faster, and you've got social media to worry about.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- What do I need to do to be ready?
- Why do I need to practice interview answers now?
- Who do I need to contact?
Other Parts of This Series
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