There are so many moving parts, you may feeling like you are juggling your job search instead of managing it. But don’t lose hope.

Summary Sunday Juggling Your Job Search

Managing all the different activities required in a job search can be overwhelming. Plus, there’s the rejection or absence of information that knocks you off balance.

In order to coordinate all the moving parts of your job search, you need a good system and confidence that you are doing the right things.

This week’s summary should help you while juggling your job search. You’ll find:

  • Jobs In Demand and Hiring Now
  • Tips for a 2021 Job Search
  • Free job search courses
  • Rerun of top job search articles
  • 100 companies hiring remote workers
  • Cover letter example
  • Career advice
  • Look for the helpers quote

JOB SEARCH

LinkedIn Jobs on the Rise: 15 Opportunities That are In Demand and Hiring Now | Get Hired Newsletter, LinkedIn

LinkedIn Jobs on the Rise: 15 opportunities that are in demand and hiring now

Millions of people learned in 2020 that industries can be upended almost overnight. Fields like aviation and hospitality were hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, while areas like health care, education and finance had to ramp up hiring to meet increased demand.

5 Tips For Finding and Landing a New Job in 2021, According to Glassdoor’s CEO | CNBC

5 tips for finding and landing a new job in 2021, according to Glassdoor’s CEO

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact the economy, millions of Americans are starting the year off unemployed and in search of new job opportunities. When looking at weekly jobless claims for the week ending Jan. 2, 787,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits for the first time, a number that is four times that of the pre-pandemic average.

15 Free Courses Helping Professionals Land Top Jobs | LinkedIn Learning

15 Free Courses Helping Professionals Land Top Jobs

It’s official. We made it to 2021. It’s safe to say we’re ready for something new-new year, new goals, new opportunities. But we’re still facing a tough economy trying to bounce back from a global pandemic.

Top Job Search Articles of 2020 | JobMob

Top Job Search Articles of 2020

2020’s most popular job search blog posts from the most popular job search bloggers.

REMOTE WORK

Top 100 Companies to Watch for Remote Jobs in 2021 | FlexJobs

Top 100 Companies for Remote Jobs in 2021 | FlexJobs

FlexJobs is excited to announce its eighth annual Top 100 Companies to Watch for Remote Jobs list! With the global pandemic forcing millions of people to work from home, 2020 brought remote work into the spotlight like never before.

COVER LETTER

Cover Letters Are Now Essential To Standout To Employers. Here’s An Example | Forbes

Cover Letters Are Now Essential To Standout To Employers. Here’s An Example

Today’s job market is very competitive, so you need a way to stand out. “The biggest mistake many job hunters are currently making is that they skip writing a cover letter when sending off a resume,” says Jim, a 61-year-old AT&T Human Resource Manager.

CAREER

You Should Plan On Switching Jobs Every Three Years For The Rest Of Your Life | Fast Company

You Should Plan On Switching Jobs Every Three Years For The Rest Of Your Life

Changing jobs every couple of years used to look bad on a resume. It told recruiters you can’t hold down a job, can’t get along with colleagues, or that you’re simply disloyal and can’t commit. That stigma is fast becoming antiquated-especially as millennials rise in the workplace with expectations to continuously learn, develop, and advance in their careers.

How to Catalog Your Accomplishments | Monster

How to catalog your accomplishments

Gunning for a well-deserved raise? Got your eyes on a great new job? Your first step to impressing your boss and hiring managers starts here: Make a catalog of your accomplishments for resume greatness. Rather than waiting until performance reviews roll around-or when starting your job search-keep track of all your wins in real time.

WELL-BEING

Why Mister Rogers’ Plea To ‘Look For The Helpers’ Still Resonates Today | Huffington Post

Why Mister Rogers’ Plea To ‘Look For The Helpers’ Still Resonates Today

After a tragedy, it’s not unusual to see the face of children’s TV icon Mister Rogers pop into your social media feed. Fred Rogers, host of the long-running show “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood,” remains known, among many things, for a heartwarming quote reminding people to seek out the good, or “the helpers,” after something bad happens.

MENTIONS

Ep. 16 High Beams On: Using Social Media To Increase Visibility (Special Guest Hannah Morgan) | Your Career GPS podcast

Ep. 16 High Beams On: Using Social Media To Increase Visibility (Special Guest Hannah Morgan) by Your Career GPS

Hosts Brad Minton and Megan Vallee are joined in this episode by Hannah Morgan, Owner and Job Search Strategist with Career Sherpa. Hannah discusses her career journey and how she came to find career coaching and job search strategy as her calling in life.

How 5 Successful LinkedIn Users Strategically Create Content to Share on LinkedIn | Things Career Related

How 5 successful LinkedIn users strategically create content to share on LinkedIn

Including the perspective from a recruiter on how job seekers can share content of their own. What constitutes success when creating content to share on LinkedIn? One measure of success is getting many people to react and comment on your posts, videos, articles, podcasts, etc. Some contributors say that educating their audience-e.g.

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