Announces 3 Ways to Keep Employment-Focused New Year's Resolutions

As the new year begins, job seekers are making resolutions to find employment. provides important information that individuals can use to keep their resolutions intact and begin their new careers in 2012.
Jan. 6, 2012 - PRLog -- Countless New Year's resolutions are made with the passing of each December. This year, with the unemployment rate up and the job market down, many of these resolutions revolve around finding gainful employment. Today's job seekers have many resources at their disposal, and is one that provides valuable information to help them choose the right profession.

Because jobs are scarce in most industries, many unemployed individuals are seeking positions different from those they have held in the past. Changing careers is not unheard of, but it can be a difficult process if an individual is not aware of everything that such a change will entail. In fact, many career changes will require individuals to go back to school or work in unfamiliar conditions. While these changes may be positive, provides such information to ensure that job seekers understand what to expect when they embark on a new career.

"As people make their New Year's resolutions, we hope that they also resolve to use the resources that are at their disposal," commented company spokesperson Jennifer Charleston. " provides information about a variety of industries so that job seekers will be successful and happy after changing fields. By educating them about the career they are choosing, we believe that we can help people find a job that they love."

This year's resolutions surrounding employment goals may vary from one individual to the next, but they will most likely focus on the need to secure employment—and fast. Long-term unemployment has become an issue in the United States, and people are certainly feeling the pressure to secure jobs. provides information about some of the more rapidly growing industries within the job market, allowing job seekers to first learn about these industries and then focus their efforts on their newly chosen field. has announced three ways that job seekers can heighten their efforts and keep their New Year's resolutions. First and foremost, recommends that job seekers know what kind of position they are looking for. By using the information listed at, individuals can narrow their search by choosing to focus on particular fields. Second, suggests treating a job search like a job. By dedicating set hours to the search, individuals may find that they overturn more leads. Finally, advises updating all resume and social media information. By having up to date materials that create a professional image on hand, job seekers will be prepared for unexpected opportunities and will be able to respond to job offers quickly.

"New Year's resolutions, while mostly positive in nature, can be daunting," Charleston stated. "To keep up with them, we hope that job seekers use the information on, and these tips, to keep themselves motivated and searching in the right direction."

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Created in August 2008, is an educational and helpful resource for individuals who are considering starting a new career. By showcasing information pertaining to salary averages, educational requirements, schools, financial aid, and even resume writing and interviewing tips, is a resource that lists the details individuals need to make a well-informed and thoroughly prepared choice about their professional futures. is online at Individuals with questions regarding can email their inquiries to Interested persons are also encouraged to visit the Facebook page ( and follow the organization on Twitter (!/careertoolkits).

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