If you’re looking to make the next move in your career, you’re probably wondering if now is the right time to make the change. After all, with the current state of the economy and concerns about recession, it’s natural to feel apprehension about starting something new. But the truth is, there’s never been a better time to take control of your career and decide for yourself what you want instead of relying on external circumstances.
Despite what you might hear on the news, the current job market is actually really strong – especially for women in industries like property. In fact, according to the most recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate is at a 50-year low. This means that there are more jobs available than there are people looking for work, which gives you plenty of options when it comes to finding your next role.
In this episode, I aim to inspire you to take ownership of your career. If you want to set yourself up for success, it’s absolutely essential that you are proactive instead of reactive and base your career decisions on what you really want.
A lot of people stay in roles (or even entire careers) that they’re not happy with because they’re afraid of change. But making a change can actually be really good for your career! It can help you gain new skills and experiences, network with new people, and expand your professional horizons. Plus, it can also give you a much-needed confidence boost after being in a situation that wasn’t working for you.
Making a change in your career can be scary, but it doesn’t have to be. With the current state of the job market, now is actually a great time to explore your option, expand and grow and see what you’re capable of.
So instead of waiting for something to happen, be proactive and take control of your career today! You won’t regret it.
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