We have all had to look for work. Some more than others. Some with more success than others. Job hunting is a true grind. The highs and lows of getting phone calls for good news and phone calls with bad news. These days, just a confirmation that someone looked at your Linkedin profile can feel like win.
It’s tough. All the resume and cover letter writing, sifting through postings and trying to determine which ones are worth the effort. This is not even including the stress of in person interviews.
It is a lot of work, time and energy to hunt down work no matter what level you are looking for.
Since moving from Halifax in May, I knew my day would come where I had to get back into the working world. My summer of being a stay-at-home-dad would come to an end.
With our oldest son starting school next week, the time has come to hit the virtual pavement.
What I am finding as I have slowly begun the job hunt, is the hardest part of it all, is job hunting while home with kids.