With the economy at a standstill, finding employment looks like a serious doubt at now of your time , but there's no harm in trying, especially now that the lockdown is almost ended and the country is reopening.
Ever since the pandemic, the whole world has moved online, as have jobs and the people who hire for them, makes sense for you to move your hunting to the web too. Keep an eye out on social media for listings and job posts.
What good time to create bonds than during a government induced homestay, especially with everybody bored out of their minds? Get in-tuned with mutual friends and other people who are likely to rent and build a rapport, if not now, it opens avenues for employment , later.
With most employers in need of money, an internship is perhaps a win-win situation for everybody involved – people get employment , employers don‘t feel the strain and if you’re good at what you are doing , there‘s definitely the prospect of a future job.
Best foot forward
If all else fails, do it the old fashioned way – send out your resume to everybody who might hire you. Modify your cover letter, tailored to the job and just hit the send button. Confidence is key.
Try looking into freelance work opportunities
Let’s admit it due to the global pandemic the economy is bound to get affected and with that the job market as well. In fact, there might be fewer opportunities out there right now and in
The near future so why not ship to freelance. There’s many websites like NoSweat and Upwork where you can find freelance and remote work opportunities. Reach out to recruiters on these websites and take the freelance route.