You may be one of the unlucky people that has been laid off or let go from your job. Or perhaps you are a small business owner with a pile of debt, and no idea when social distancing measures will come to an end.
It may be time to begin searching for a job, in a time when everything is filled with uncertainty and stress. Add onto this that there are many people in the same situation, and that we are in an “Employer’s Market”.
Even as the world economy slows down, there are still jobs that need to be filled by reliable, responsible workers. Many companies are moving to remote, work-from-home positions that require employees to have nothing more than a laptop and a wifi connection. And there are even a few companies that are busier than ever now.
How to Look For a Job During a Pandemic
Right now is not the ideal time to get the attention of business owners who are likely struggling with the uncertainty of what’s to come. Many companies are hanging on by a thread, and unless you’ve got a massive plan to save their business, it might be best to wait it out.
Finding a job that will pay the bills and put food on the table may require you to change your standards slightly.