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Do I Stand a Good Chance of Getting a Job in This Economy?

at Road | Fri Nov 30 - Sat Mar 30



2910 Fire Access Road
Washington, NY
Tel: +14568579585

Date & Time

12:45 PM - 01:00 PM
Cost: Free Event

It seems like everyone’s talking about jobs and the economy these days.

If you’re looking for a job, or looking to change career, all this talk of recession and struggle can make you feel like giving up before you even start!

But what are job prospects really like in the U.S. just now? Is it  all doom and gloom? And how can you use your resume service online to attract attention in this competitive job market?

Is It All Bad News?

Not at all! In fact, the American economy is starting to show strong signs of moving in the right direction. It’s slow going of course, but there is growth.

According to the data, 165,000 jobs were added to the job market in April 2013, representing the best growth yet in a year that has seen a steady increase in job numbers month on month.

  • Meantime, unemployment has hit a four-year low, which is a very good sign for the U.S. economy.
  • Growing numbers of jobs and falling unemployment? That’s exactly what analysts – and job seekers – want to hear.
  • Progress is slow and there is a long way to go, but that the signs of recovery are there.

Job Seekers Need To Grab Attention

  • There’s no denying that the economy, though improving, is not like it was before the recession.
  • Things are still tight, and high numbers of applicants per job mean that employers can afford to be choosy.
  • That’s why your resume is your best tool for getting a job in the current market. Your resume is a brief guide to you, an Excellent Employee 101 if you will. Use it to highlight all the reasons you are the right person for the job you are applying for.
  • Done right, your resume is an at a glance list of reasons to hire you