While you should definitely relax and recharge before you head back to school in the fall, consider taking advantage of the extra time on your hands to get a jump on your career. You can use the summer months to build your professional brand, gain work experience, take an extra course, or travel.
Whether your business is hiring seasonal staff for the holidays, or you are a worker looking to supplement your income, here are the most common types of temporary employment, and the benefits and downfalls of each, including which might be the best option for you (or your business).
You may not have the job you want, but that doesn’t mean you never will. Keeping your skills up-to-date and relevant ensures that you are ready to make your move when an opportunity presents itself. Take a look at this post to see what you can do to keep adding to your resume during a job search.
In college? Here are the best ways to prepare yourself for the job market once graduation is over.