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Resolutions

Posted on: January 15, 2015

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Believe it or not, finding North Carolina job openings is one of a number of resolutions that was made this year. If you made that resolution, you probably have the perfect cover letter ready, and maybe you’re passing around your resume already. But is that really all you need to fulfill the “I’m going to get a better job” resolution?

You need more than just a few pieces of paper and a nice smile. You need confidence and discipline. You need to ask yourself whether or not you’re ready to take on this resolution. So again, if you’re trying to find North Carolina job openings this year, and you don’t want to let another year go by with yet another unfulfilled resolution, remember to go beyond the basics.

  • Don’t ever find yourself stuck feeling down. It would be naïve to say your job search won’t get the best of you at some point this year, but you have to keep an eye on yourself.
  • Don’t let the small potholes become sinkholes you can’t escape. You might get rejected from that job you really wanted, but remember, there are plenty more out there, and some may even be better opportunities.
  • You have to remain patient. Take that extra second to do research on the company, and make sure you know that the job you’re applying for is really the one you want. Rushing into a new job because the salary looks great, or because you can’t stand the job you have now, isn’t the right choice. It’s one thing for you not to fulfill the resolution, but to have it backfire on you is a whole different ball game.
  • It’s also important to stay active. Procrastination never helped you in college, and it most certainly won’t help you in the real world. Check job posts every day. Make it a point to find one or more North Carolina job openings per day, and apply. If you tell yourself, “It’s January. I still have plenty of time to get a new job,” Guess what? Before you know it, the whole year will be gone, and you’ll still be standing on square one.

We would love to hear from all of you career-minded individuals looking for North Carolina job openings. How are you pushing yourself to get that better job?Let us know on Facebook or Twitter!


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