Job Search Tips for Full-Time Workers Looking to Leave Their Current Job | Do's, Don'ts, + Hacks



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I am Tamika Thompson, I am the owner and resume at TWRC., I specialize in transforming bland, lackluster resumes and LinkedIn profiles into powerful selling tools that help corporate mid-level, management, and executive professionals land interviews 2X faster.

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For today’s video, I’m giving you some tips and best practices on how to job search while still employed without tipping off your boss or coworkers.

Job searching while you still have a job can be tricky, especially if you’re trying to get out of there with no one knowing.

Aside from that, many people struggle with balancing their job search (completing applications, following up on interview requests, attending interviews, etc.) with their current job.

Time can be a big factor why someone may delay their job search or be inconsistent, which is the downfall of many job searches - and I talked about this in my common job search mistakes video.

I don’t want to you stay in your current job any longer than you need to, especially if you’re dead set on leaving and moving forward with a new company.

Without further ado, here are some tips for job searching while you still have a job.

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