There are a variety of different ways you can increase your income. The main ones however are either to find a job that pays better or find more working opportunities.
Today we’re going to talk a little bit about both of those options. Staffing agencies can be used in both scenarios to either help you find a better job than the one that you currently have, or help you find another job that you can do on the side. Both of these options will increase your income at the end of the day.
Now, here is a quick run down of how staffing agencies work. You send them your resume with a list of your qualities, work experience, skills, preferences, etc. And they connect you with a company that is looking for those qualities and attributes. Because they have a good back log of companies looking for work, they will do their very best to find you work that will benefit both you and the company.
That means that whether you’re looking for part time work or full time work, they’ll look for something to meet your criteria. Once you start work at your new place of hire, there’s usually a buffer period to see if you are able to keep up and for you to find out if this is an environment that you’d want to continue working in.
After both parties have decided that they enjoy the work, the company will offer a long term position working for them and it’s then your decision as to whether or not you would like to continue. If you feel like it’s not a good fit, then you have no obligation to continue in their employment.
So, with the two ways to increase income, here’s how temporary staffing can help with both: If you’re looking to increase your pay rather than your work hours, you need to find a different job. Make sure that you’re not humble when you submit your application and resume, they should know exactly what you’re capable of.
The more qualified you are, the better job they’ll be able to find you. If you’re looking for more hours, I would recommend keeping your current job and finding another job that will work around those hours. Work 20 hours a week at your new job and keep your current 40. Then you can have some stability while you’re trying out new forms of employment.