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Why Haven’t You Begun Your Job Search Yet As A Citizen? – Part 2

In my previous blog, I have mentioned how the economy is improving a lot in the US right now and more doors have opened in the form of International job opportunities for US citizens and local jobs. There are also an unending number of jobs and the unemployment rate in IT remains dramatically low since the succession of the new president. A career as a Developers, engineers, and security specialists are more rewarding right now and are in high demand the future is very promising for tech professionals. We have also seen as to how the citizens are waiting on their existing jobs expecting a raise or waiting until the completion of existing projects. You must not wait for the ideal time to look for a new job. Here are a few tips to begun your search

1) Take a step back and many time you need to pause and make an honest analysis of self. If you are convinced that it is the right time to make a move then you must make the necessary changes to your resume. Your resume may never seem to be quite right or no position may look as the best fit. You must ask yourself whether your expectations are that realistic. You must try to identify the exact parts of the native American jobs that are the most important to you and you must consider where you will be more comfortable compromising.

2) The next point to think about will be your long-term goals will be. You must make sure that you are clear about the type of position that you will be looking for and the kind of firm that you wish to join. For example, if you want to work for a startup and your heart lies in s startup on a US citizen jobs and you are only looking out for jobs with brand name companies that will mean explain why you are not getting excited at all otherwise, be sure that you are matching your job search to the career path you wish to pursue.

3) Talk to someone and discuss. There may be a former colleague and who can also be your career coach or someone whom you can sit down, or a recruiter that you may like. Whoever it maybe it will help you to have a conversation about where you want your career to be and it is near your goal or deviating from it. This is another way to help identify that troubles or the areas that you are not comfortable about compromising.

4) Job search may not always have a clear start and most of them do not know where they are heading to. They do not want to wake up one day and decide that they are out on a lookout for a new position. They do not want to dip a toe in the water and as a result, many job seekers do not wish to think of their objectives and compromises even though they need to do just that regularly. There may be many times where having that conversation with yourself can lead to the realization that you shouldn’t change jobs. Doing that will save you time from wasting time on a job search when you really do not wish to make a move. Register your profiles on http://www.benchfolks.com/us-citizen-jobs.html now.

Why Haven’t You Begun Your Job Search Yet As A Citizen?

Why Haven’t You Begun Your Job Search Yet As A Citizen?

The economy is improving a lot in the US right now and more doors have opened up in the form of international job opportunities for us citizens and local jobs. Thanks to the unending number of jobs and the unemployment rate in IT remains dramatically low since long. Developers, engineers, and security specialists are in high demand right now and for tech professionals, it would seem like an ideal time to look for a new job, so why hesitate or wait.

Thanks to the speculation of visa jobs etc. many US citizens only jobs have propped up everywhere where priority is given to people who are citizens and this is what the new president wants which is part of his quest to serve Americans first and there are many people who are happy with this decision.

The reasons may vary as the recruiters suggest and there are many people who are happy with what they have and there are many who have kept their skills intact and current and have worked on cutting edge projects which have a genuine business impact and which will stay in place thus many are foregoing many international jobs for us citizens to increase their salary and experience. No matter how favorable the conditions seem to be there are many who refuse to send their resume out or put a word to their network.

There are many cases where people trip themselves in their quest for getting perfect everything’s. There are many who want an exact and best company with the best pay, benefits, location, people etc. and there are many who are revising their resumes forever by believing that they need to draft some more till they get the document up to some optimal points. There are many who are endlessly waiting for the perfect time to make a move like for example they wait for their next bonus to come through or wait until their current project gets completed.

The risks however of falling in such patterns are obvious and you will remain in your current job possible for a long-time past when it would have been right for you to leave. While the economy seems to be gaining some strength now at many points in the future it may change and the candidate is driven job market will be reverting to the one where the employees seem to have an advantage.

This is called as a quasi-job search where you will be perpetually thinking of moving out and not actively looking which can be quite distracting. There are many people who may end up in a long and frustrating process thus neglecting the things that are more important now such as their health, work, and company.

What to do now? Does all think to look and sound familiar and is it ringing a bell? If you want to make a move that will remain stalled in your efforts you need to take a pause and make an honest and self-reflective look at your situation.

Read Part2 here.

You can post your requirements for a job on http://www.benchfolks.com/us-citizen-jobs.html.