Work is one of those unavoidable parts of life, and being stuck in a job in which you don’t find any joy can have a serious impact on your entire well-being. With a brand new decade ahead of us, maybe you’re ready for a change. You’ve already spent hours online updating your work experience and streamlining your career objectives. You’ve also spent time offline at networking events hoping to connect with potential employers.
An essential part of any job application is the resume. This document conveys critical information to a potential employer about your work history and abilities. But with the Internet making it very easy to apply for jobs, hiring managers often receive hundreds, if not thousands, of resumes for open positions. This typically means they will have very little time to review the resumes they receive, so you don’t want yours to blend in among those submitted by other job seekers.
Did you just lose your job and aren’t certain what to do? People lose jobs at some point in their lives, often due to reasons such as corporate restructuring or workforce reduction/downsizing. Whatever the case, losing a job whether you saw it coming or were blind-sided and surprised in the end can be tough.
More often than not, we assume that December is meant to be significantly slower when it comes to recruiting. It can be seen as a time when the workload eases up, and the focus shifts from the hiring process to the office holiday party. Surprisingly, and contrary to what we might initially surmise, December is actually the prime time when it comes to recruiting, and here’s why.
First, what is a Robot Tax?
A robot tax is a legislative approach to reduce the replacement of workers by machines. With the compilation of that money, the Social Safety Net will be able to provide enough support to re-skill and upskill those employees that lose their jobs.