5 Ways to Fulfill Your New Year’s Resolution of Finding a New Job

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By Shelli Krywiak

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5 Ways to Fulfill Your New Years Resolution of Finding a New JobAbout 80 percent of all new year’s resolutions are broken before February 1. There are a few reasons this happens, from setting vague goals to not knowing how to go about accomplishing what you want to.

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One of the biggest challenges is that people become discouraged. This is especially true for job seekers like you who may have set the goal of finding a new job in 2019. After a month of searching, you might be ready to toss in the towel.

Don’t give up yet. These five tips can help you fulfill your new year’s resolution and find a new job.

1. Work With a Staffing Agency

Working with a staffing agency, like Liberty Staffing, can connect you with a new job. Our team of experts will work with you to locate jobs that suit your skills and interests faster.

If you’re not already working with a staffing agency, now’s the time to apply. If you’ve already spent a month scouring job boards, it’s a good idea to try a new strategy. In fact, it’s almost guaranteed you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

2. Apply for an Internal Job or Promotion

When you said you were going to look for a new job, you may have meant that you wanted to look for opportunities outside your current organization.

Another route you may not have considered is applying for a new job with your current company. There may be an open role in another department, or there may be a promotion available.

Sometimes, you’re looking for a change of scenery, but that can happen within the company itself. If you’re relatively happy with where you work, but you’re bored with your daily duties, this could be a great option to consider.

3. Consider Temporary Jobs

When people start a job search, many are seeking full time, permanent employment. Fewer investigate some of the other options that may be available to them (like temporary positions).

Liberty Staffing offers temporary, temporary to permanent, and permanent roles.  

Temporary, contract, and seasonal work may be ideal if you’ve been looking for a new job without much success. These types of employment opportunities are short term in nature, but they could help you acquire the change of scenery you’re craving. They may also help you build expertise and skills in new areas, which in turn can help you on your career path.

4. Do Some Networking

It’s always a good time to start networking. You never know which new connections you’ll make or where they may lead. A connection you make now may send you a job offer or recommend you to a colleague down the road.

This may not happen today or even within a few weeks, but networking is a great way to open more doors for the future.

5. Broaden Your Job Search

This tip encompasses all of the previous suggestions. If you’re struggling to locate that new job for 2019, try widening the net you’ve cast.

You can broaden your job search in many different ways. Working with a recruiter is one way, while checking out more types of employment is another. You can apply to a staffing agency like Liberty Staffing Services. You can also consider different types of jobs or look at working in a new geographical area.

You might also want to spread your job search to more job boards, and keep in mind the power of networking.

All of these tips can help you fulfill your new year’s resolution and find a new job. Keep your head up, and happy job hunting!


Shelli Krywiak

Shelli Krywiak is the regional business manager at Liberty Staffing’s Arthur office. Prior to this role, she worked at Liberty Staffing’s Waterloo office as the registration coordinator and client care specialist. Shelli’s experience includes working in purchasing as an ocean freight coordinator and supervisor of a consumer relations department, as well as working with low-income families. Shelli has a strong passion for helping people meet their life goals.

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