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The pandemic certainly turned our world upside down.  Employees quit their jobs at record numbers.  Some left looking for higher pay.  Others wanted more flexibility.  Many workers were suffering from burnout, and felt the grass might be greener on the other side.  That plan worked out for many.  However, two years later more than a quarter of those who left regret the decision and are looking to return to those jobs.  One expert says, “Employees were feeling drunk with power, and now they’ve sobered up.”  Seems the new jobs weren’t all they hoped they’d be, and employees realized the old job wasn’t as bad as they once thought.  Returning to the former job is beneficial to both parties.  Employees favor the familiar, and employers find it’s better for their bottom line to re-hire rather than train new personnel.  Regardless of what type of job you’re seeking, make sure that resume is in shape.  Experts remind us to keep it simple and precise, tailor your approach to your specific skill set and, it goes without saying, absolutely no typos.  And finally, the new option is applying for jobs that allow remote hybrid work.  Find out how to restructure your resume to fit those positions below.

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