Should you be looking for a new job, even if you’re happy at yours?

Should you be looking for a new job, even if you’re happy at yours?

I know you’ve been in work situations where you felt you needed to jump ship, FAST.

Sudden life change. Sudden office conflict. Sudden realization that you're at a dead-end job.

While there’s never a bad reason to better your quality of life, we often go into the job hunt with desperation, with the threat of poverty lurking in the shadows, a step-and-a-half behind you at every turn.

That leads us to moves that are lateral, at best.

Try an interview when you don’t need the job and notice how light and casual things feel.

Suddenly, it’s more about connecting with the interviewer than impressing her.

Vicki Salemi breaks down why you should look for a new job while you’re happy in your current one.  

 

Meet the modern resume... this is why it's time to retire your outdated one.

Meet the modern resume... this is why it's time to retire your outdated one.

Getting called for an interview: Avoid these mistakes

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