On average, it takes about 6-months to find a job. The length of time increases the higher the level of a job you are looking for. If you’re looking for a position Director level and above, it typically takes 6 – 12 months. And the top spots, president, CEO, can take even longer than that.
So, when is the best time to start looking for your next job? Now!!! Regardless of whether you’re in career transition or feeling comfortable in your current role, you need to be proactive in managing your career. And today, with so much uncertainty in the job market, it’s more important than ever to be ready for whatever comes next.
Manage Your Career for Whatever Comes Next
I have a new program called “Manage Your Career for Whatever Comes Next”. It’s a 14-day program with short, daily videos and tasks with worksheets to help you prepare yourself to win your next opportunity. I believe it can help a lot of people and I want to make it accessible to all so I priced it so you can get started now for just $27 (and if that’s still too much, and you want/need the program, reach out to me and I’ll get it to you).
If you’re like most people, when you commit to this program, you will find that the daily tasks help you to focus and get more done for your career than you probably have in a long time. And the beauty of it is that in just 2-weeks, you will be ready to compete successfully in today’s very tough job market.
So, whether you have to look for a new job or you want to explore your options, sign up HERE and for $27… about $2 a day… you will be taking control of your career and positioning yourself to win your next great opportunity.