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The job market is on fire right now. Here are the best tips for finding a career that you love.


It’s shaping up to be a hot summer for job searching.

This summer is the best time to be looking for a new job.
Employers are looking to woo workers with signing bonuses and other perks.
Insider’s compiled a helpful guide for anyone searching for a new role this summer.

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The job market is on fire right now.

After a steep decline at the beginning of the pandemic, employers are finally beginning to hire again. And they’re hiring a lot. On July 16, job postings on Indeed were up 36.4% above where they were on February 1, 2021, the pre-pandemic baseline. There were 9.2 million open jobs in the US at the end of May, the most recently available data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicated.

Moving jobs is also a great way to make more money. A 2017 Nomura analysis found that people who had changed jobs earned roughly 1% more year over year than people who stayed with the same employer.

It’s a job seekers’ market, and some employers are working to woo workers with incentives such as bonuses and new employee benefits.

There’s never been a better time to look for a job, and Insider has compiled a helpful guide for anyone looking for a new opportunity.

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If you’re feeling burned out, look for small ways to improve your satisfaction at work.

Maybe you don’t want to leave your job, but you’re not exactly thrilled with how things are going. Don’t fret, experts said there are simple tweaks you can make to your workday that may help you feel more fulfilled.

It’s a common problem. Gallup found that 51% of workers in its global analysis of about 112,000 business units were not engaged at work. No wonder 3.6 million US employees left their jobs in May.

But, career experts told Insider, playing to your strengths can help you feel more satisfied at work.

And remember: Don’t be afraid to share feedback with your boss. Chances are that if you’re unhappy, other people are, too.

Read more:

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Don’t quit your job. Do these 2 steps to get more money or a new boss instead.

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WFH employees are more emotionally exhausted than those who work in person. Is going back to the office the solution?

When it’s time for a change
There were 9.2 million open roles at the end of May, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said.

Source:: Business Insider

      

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