Jessica Sera recommends the following next steps:
Justin recommends the following next steps:
Regarding what you can do
1. Like i said be optimistic
2. Hiring might slow, use the opportunity of lock down and social distancing to build new skills. Several online courses are available today
3. Keep your linkedin profile updated
4. Actively search for jobs
5. Dont forget many big companies started in garages, homes etc. Who knows this could be your moment. If you have the skills i mentioned earlier and have some great ideas you really believe in, this could be your journey of being an entrepreneur.
There's options for just picking up restaurant food or grocery shop for what guests order through applications such as DoorDash or InstaCart. Also, during this COVID-19 situation, 6 feet of distance is recommending if not mandatory and therefore each application for deliveries allows you to leave them at the door to avoid interactions.
It may be difficult at this time finding higher end jobs or full-time career jobs due to the impact of this recession, however, these job titles are offering the chance to submit applications and do virtual interviews for when these locations begin to re-open. For this I would highly recommend creating an Indeed or Linkdin account to keep track of your professional career and experience.
Sending emails to corporations or employees couldn't hurt especially if you are determined for a job at this time.
Jackie recommends the following next steps:
This is also a great time to look into different certifications that you could complete online to help with a future career if you have the time or opportunity.