By John RizzoThe Wall Street Post | June 22, 2017 | 5:50pmThe stock market is reeling, the economy is humming and there’s still no end in sight to a prolonged recession.
But what if you’re not in a recession?
What if you’ve seen the best of the recession and you want to know how to make it right?
The answer, as ever, is simple: get a job.
In fact, this is the perfect time to get a new job.
In the past two weeks, companies have added nearly 300,000 new jobs, a record.
That’s a lot of new workers for the country’s shrinking population and it means that more Americans are looking for work.
So what can you do to stay on track?
Here are six simple ways to get started.1.
Get your resume in order.
It can be a little hard to get your resume together, but it’s much easier to get it organized by company.
Start with the company and then look at job openings for those jobs.
For example, if your company is a food service company, look at openings for people who are food service professionals, waiters, servers and other types of service professionals.2.
Ask your HR department.
If you’re applying for a new position, be sure to ask your HR team to help you fill out your resume.
Ask them to help find job openings or to find out about job fairs.3.
Take a job search class.
If you’re looking for a job, you may want to take a job hunt class, such as one for software engineers, sales managers, designers or programmers.
In some cases, companies will offer classes for those who want to get training to get the most out of their resumes.4.
Find out about jobs for tech workers.
Many tech jobs have been given short shrift because the technology industry has been so stagnant.
Take advantage of this and ask your employers for help finding qualified candidates for those positions.5.
Start your own job search.
If your company has been hiring, you can start your own search.
For some companies, you might be able to start an online search for a position through their website.
In other cases, you could go directly to your employer and request an interview.6.
Ask for help.
If your company doesn’t offer job openings, you should also be asking for help from your HR, especially if you want a job in a technology company.
It’s a good idea to get in touch with your HR as soon as possible.
You might also consider looking into the employment of a recruiter.
Many companies have offered paid positions for candidates who have been looking for jobs for some time.
A recruiter can offer a referral fee, which you can then apply for.
Some companies also offer job searches by phone, e-mail or social media.
Ask the recruiter if the job openings are available and then ask them to connect you to the right candidate.
For more tips and advice on how to get through a recession, check out our guide: What to do if you get a ‘bad’ job and are ready to make a change.