Summer Is For Travel, Not Job Hunts

Summer Is For Travel, Not Job Hunts

As we enter Q2 and tax season draws to a close in the next couple of months, it’s a great time to start thinking about new job opportunities. It is still a busy time right now but the market shifts quickly, and taking the time to explore your options can help you get ahead of the market and position yourself for the future.

With the long hours and extra work, the end of tax season seems distant. You are probably not entertaining new opportunities until June. In reality, the recruitment process can take 4-8 weeks and a role you apply to in April may not start until the end of May or early June. That’s when everyone else starts their process. If you are looking to change things up or take the next step in your career, it is a good idea to start looking at roles in the next couple of weeks and get ahead of the summer rush. Get the work done now and enjoy your downtime during the scramble.

Take stock of your current job and career goals. Is this where you want to be for tax season next year? Are you looking for a new challenge or a chance to advance your career? Are you satisfied with your hours during tax season? Consider what you want to achieve in your next role and what type of company culture you would thrive in. As a consultant who specializes in tax recruitment, I can help you navigate the job market and identify opportunities that align with your skills, experience, and career goals. I can provide valuable insights into the latest trends, access to a broader range of job opportunities, and expert advice on salary negotiation and job offers.

If you are interested in exploring new job opportunities in the tax industry, now is the time to take action. I can provide personalized job search support and help you find the right role to suit your needs. Reach out to me today on LinkedIn or by email at to discuss your career goals and start exploring new opportunities!

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