At any given moment, countless people are actively seeking new job opportunities. For many, this means seeking new job opportunities, but it can also mean seeking new experiences through extracurricular activities or forging new social connections.
How Peoplepedia Help You Find New Job Opportunities
Seeking a new job opportunity can be very intimidating, especially for people who have spent a long stint in their current position, with their current company, or in their current industry. However, “burn out” is a real phenomenon, and sometimes people crave the unfamiliar because they’re simply no longer enthusiastic about what they’ve been doing.
People in the workforce spend a good portion of their waking hours at work. In the United States, full-time workers are usually on the job for at least 40 hours per week, which comprises about 35% of a person’s waking hours if they get 8 hours of sleep per night. That’s a big chunk!
Spending this much time doing a job you don’t like or that just no longer brings you fulfillment is a sacrifice you don’t have to make. If you have decided to take the plunge and are currently seeking new opportunities, Peoplepedia could be a helpful resource.
Actively Seeking New Opportunities
If you are currently seeking new opportunities, you can leverage your Peoplepedia profile to help you with your job search!
Your Peoplepedia profile is so much more detailed and revealing than a traditional resume. A resume is confined to one page in...