9 Strategic, Subtle Steps for Job Searching While Still Employed

This is a great post about “stealth” job-hunting. I concur with many of the points, and I’ve done many of them, myself. The one thing I’d add is, updating your resume and posting it on quality job boards. I’ve found that competent recruiters often reach out to me within 24 hours of updating my online resume.

Lisa K McDonald

Job searching while employed

It has been a great run. The company that you are with had done well, you were able to add value, you had a great team and came to work with purpose and eagerness to keep it rolling.

But something happened along the way.

Leadership changed, markets declined, good people left, culture morphed into a place that feels stuck or stagnate. Something happened to dampen that enthusiasm.

It started as a feeling, a nagging somewhere deep inside that something just is not right. It has since been growing to an inclination to find the irritations or things that are wrong rather than being able to see the brighter side of situations.

It is now an uncomfortable feeling that has you having internal conversations. Asking if it is worth it to stay, will things change back, will they get better, can you stick it out?

Left untouched, this feeling will turn…

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About Kay Stoner

I'm an independent writer, editor, and trainer, specializing in helping people get - and keep - their jobs.
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