4 Tips On What To Do After Your Seasonal Employment Ends
– Podcast #49
– Podcast #49
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Welcome back from Winter break! I hope you enjoyed your time away from school. If you’re working a job, I hope you were able to work a lot of hours and make a good chunk of money! Back in November, I talked quite a bit about seasonal employment. I covered: 5 Reasons You Should Work Seasonal Employment , 6 Tips for Finding Seasonal Employment and then 5 Tips for Turning a Temporary Seasonal Position Into a Permanent Job.
On this episode of The QC STEP Podcast, I give you 4 tips on what to do after your seasonal employment ends. Even though you may have taken the advice I gave on the episode on turning your temporary seasonal employment into a permanent job, most seasonal employment ends in being “laid off”. If you were let go after the holidays, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you were a bad employee. It just means that the business no longer had enough customers coming through the doors to keep you on.
So if your seasonal employment has ended, let’s focus on the future and find that next job for you! Listen/watch this episode to hear details on my four tips on what to do after your seasonal employment ends.
1. Get References
2. Talk With The Employer
3. Let Your Teacher Know
4. Get Out There and Apply!
I also answer a student-submitted question on this episode. Lucas wants to know if you should ask about the salary of a position during the interview. My answer? NO! I explain why in the podcast. If you would like me to answer your question on the podcast, you can submit them to me via Facebook, Twitter or email me – firstname.lastname@example.org