“In these unprecedented times…” Odds are you’ve opened countless emails that started out that way, sent from companies as varied as the bakery down the street, your preferred shampoo manufacturer, or an online retailer you bought a single shirt from at some point in 2002. It can start to get old after reading it for the eighty-ninth time, but it’s accurate. Times are tough.
This is especially true for your job search. It’s easy to lose hope when it seems like nobody is hiring.
If you’re looking for guidance in your job search and a bit of light in the darkness, check out the upcoming live video chats on LinkedIn with Express Employment Professionals hiring experts in June and July.
Upcoming dates and topics include:
- June 4 at 1 p.m. CDT on LinkedIn – Get Ahead: Job Search Tips for Recent College Grads
Despite the current economic climate, now is still the time for recent college graduates to plan for their future career. This live video chat will be hosted by Matt Tibbetts, Training Director at Express Headquarters, and features Alex Ortega, Senior Executive Recruiter at the Midland, TX, Express office and graduate of Texas Tech University.
- June 18 at 1 p.m. CDT on LinkedIn – Get Ahead: Pivoting into a New Career
The impact of COVID-19 on businesses and the economy has changed what types of jobs are in demand. Learn how to transfer your skills into available jobs in this live video chat hosted by Matt Tibbetts, Training Director at Express Headquarters, and hiring expert Mary Berry, Operations Manager for three Express locations in Alabama.
- July 2 at 1 p.m. CDT on LinkedIn – Get Ahead: Advice for Finding Jobs in Accounting
Hear about current industry requirements, trending jobs, and get your job search questions answered for jobs in accounting. This live video chat will be hosted by Matt Tibbetts, Training Director at Express Headquarters, and feature Jake Domer, Franchisee of the Express Specialized Recruiting Group location in Bellevue, WA.
The Express Ask a Recruiter Series
During each video in this series, Express representatives will answer your questions on topics related to getting a job. This series is part of the Express Get Ahead program created to provide educational support and development, in preparation for the job search when you are ready to look for work.
Each year Express Employment Professionals helps more than 552,000 people find jobs, and we want to support you in preparing for the job search.