Job Search and summer do not need to be dyametrically opposing events. Too often clients feel like they have to give up on summer fun while job searching. I think summer is the best time to rechange, re-energize and reconnect with others. Be sure to take advantage of this time to do just that. To do this guilt free, create a solid weekly job search game plan of 25-30 hrs. Work the plan to the best of your ability, then put it aside and enjoy a llittle summer fun.
Job Search and Summer
About the Author: Karen Kodzik
Cultivating Careers was founded by Karen Kodzik, a Career Consultant who has worked with individuals in transition for over 13 years. Karen meets professionals at various points on their career path and works with them to gain a clearer sense of where they want to take their careers. Karen Kodzik holds a Masters Degree in Counseling with an emphasis in Career Development. Karen couples seasoned counseling skills with a solid business acumen. She has coached and consulted various levels of professionals across industries to successfully reaching that next point in their career.