JOB ACTION DAY
Job Action Day on the first Monday in November redefines the opportunities in the career world. Celebrate by exploring your options.
You don’t have to be dissatisfied with your career to participate in the employment-focused day. Gainfully employed, looking, or contemplating a career change, it’s important to always be prepared and keep your options open. Inspecting the current job market can be a valuable tool, whether you’re curious or not.
This national day encourages us to get the tools and resources to master a new job search and land the career of our dreams! It’s also possible to learn how to make the job you have into your dream job. Whichever path you are on, Job Action Day is about exploring the different opportunities available, maybe even ones you didn’t know were there.
It’s important for job seekers to have all the tools they need to find the careers they are looking for. Explore your options, expand them, and empower yourself to grab that dream job.
Are you employed but seeking a change? Examine the options available to you. Are you in the right career? Find out what’s out there and how to go in that direction. New technologies, training, and innovations require advanced approaches to employment all the time. Find the tools to go there.
HOW TO OBSERVE JOB ACTION DAY
Make a difference in your career path. Whether you’re seeking change, advancement, or recognition, do something about it!
Visit LiveCareer to find out more and find events near you. Use #JobActionDay to share on social media.
JOB ACTION DAY HISTORY
The Quintcareers founded Job Action Day in 2008.
Q. If I’m not looking for a new job, should I keep my resume updated?
A. Yes. Your resume is a priority tool in a job search. You never know when opportunity will knock, or when the job market will shift. If you’re frustrated or trying to update it last minute, you might forget valuable information.
Q. My boss asked me to take on a new role. I don’t know anything about this area of the business. Should I take it?
A. Your boss wouldn’t be asking you to take on new responsibilities if your boss didn’t think you had it in you. Taking on new projects, skills and opportunities are some of the best ways to advance your career and improve your knowledge base.
Q. Will a mentor help me in my career?
A. The right mentor will help you improve and advance in your career. The mentor/mentee relationship is symbiotic. You get support to improve your skills and career advice and the mentor gets leadership experience. You both will need to work together to achieve your goals.
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