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We’re done with the first month of the new year and, like many people, we've started looking for work. Some of us might have even made it a New Year’s resolution to find a job (or find a better job). Regardless of our reasons for seeking a job, if we couldn’t get hired last year, we are determined to get hired this year. A new year usually symbolizes new beginnings. We promise ourselves we’ll be better individuals and do things differently. Consequently, that means the way we look for jobs will have to change if we truly want to find better employment. That being said, what changes will you be making to your job search this year? Please take our poll and tell us what you think in the comment section! [poll id="114"] Photo Credit: Shutterstock

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