Four Generations in a Competitive Job Environment
The United States has entered an unprecedented era in workforce history – four generations are now working simultaneously:
Traditionalist: Born between 1922 – 1945 / Baby Boomer: Born between 1946 – 1964
Gen X: Born between 1965 – 1980 / Gen Y / Millennial: Born from 1981 – present
When combined with a less-than-robust economy, what that means for you is that you need to strategically manage your career and get in the habit of changing jobs more frequently. It is simply too competitive to stay in the same job for too long.
But that kind of motion requires constant updating and management of your personal brand and all of its assets including your resume, references, and social media persona.
Wherever you may fall in the generational spectrum, Tate / Cummings will help get you noticed by a nonprofit or association and land a position in various professional disciplines, such as:
Development ∗ Marketing ∗ Meetings ∗ Membership ∗ Volunteer Relations ∗ Public Affairs ∗ Communications ∗ Programming
What’s Your Story?
We all have gaps in our resumes and we all have made unusual career choices at one time or another. But too often we stumble through explaining those choices during interviews, drawing even more attention to them. At Tate / Cummings we help you devise compelling messages about yourself and your career, ensuring that you highlight your successes and portray yourself confidently and authentically.
Hire an Expert
No one is expected to heal themselves, represent themselves legally, or educate themselves so who decided that resume writing and career management should come naturally to everyone? There’s nothing wrong with paying someone to help you with your career. It’s actually far too important not to.
Regardless of whether you are seeking a resume fix, social media advice, interview advice and preparation – or you need help determining what it is you even want to do – Tate / Cummings will help you.