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Summer Partying Can Boost Your Career
For most of us, summer has been synonymous with vacation, long lazy days and time off. But the summer provides great opportunities to help your job search.
Since we were kids, summer has been synonymous with vacation, long lazy days and time off from responsibility -- and it seems we never grow out of this way of thinking. Sometime around Memorial Day, hiring tends to slow and job hunters put their searches on hold for the summer.
The seasonal lag can't be
attributed to any one thing. For example, many people want to
take advantage of their accrued time off. Plus, who wants to
start a job during prime vacation time when the prospect of
any time off is pretty much out of the question for several
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