Although the economy is showing some signs of weakening, CNBC’s Acorn reports that experts say the time is ripe for job hunters to find greener pastures.
“If you don’t like your job, this is a golden age to find a new one,” Ian Siegel, CEO of ZipRecruiter, recently told The Washington Post.
With 164,000 jobs added last month, July marked the 106th straight month of added job growth to the U.S. economy. Meanwhile, unemployment remains low at 3.7%. These conditions are favorable to workers.
Hannah Morgan, a job search strategist with Career Sherpa, said the conditions are the opposite of what the economy saw after the recession.
“When we have low unemployment and a high number of jobs being created,” says Morgan, “employers have to