How To Adjust Your Job Search During A Recession

The job market begins to tighten when the economy gets closer to a recession. Competition for good jobs increases as the number of skilled professionals, laid off from their companies and recently graduating from college, flood the job market. Most companies reconsider their hiring plans and many stop hiring altogether as they wait for the weak economy to firm up. Learn how to adjust your job search and techniques to consider to help you stand out when searching and applying for jobs.

Presenters: Bryan Seck, director of workforce development at the Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development, and Sarah Collins, CEO of Collins Career Coaching and strengths coach and career development expert.