Job Action Day is an annual holiday celebrated on November 7th with the goal of recognizing the right of every person to a beloved, decent job. This day is not only about finding a job to survive, but also about finding work that will bring both moral and financial satisfaction. Job Action Day was founded by QuintCareers in 2008 with the financial support of LiveCareer, a site for job seekers, and has since been bringing together career development experts in order to provide professional advice. It is a day of empowerment for everyone and encourages individuals to be brave in the face of change and to strive for success.
Job Action Day was founded in 2008 and has been celebrated annually since then. It is funded by LiveCareer, one of the biggest sites for job seekers. The day also brings together career development experts, who give professional advice.
- In America, there are around 16 million private entrepreneurs.
- More than 56 million workers in America are millennials, born between 1981 and 1996.
- Despite active gender policies, women’s salaries are still lower than men’s.
- In the mid-19th century, agriculture provided around 50% of jobs in America, but now this percentage has dropped significantly.
- The share of the manufacturing industry has also decreased, from 26% in the second half of the 20th century to 10% today.
How to take part
To take part in Job Action Day, one should analyze their current job, evaluate career prospects, job responsibilities, and honestly ask themselves if they truly enjoy their career. They should make a plan of action and allow themselves to look at the world more broadly.
When is Job Action Day celebrated in 2023?
Job Action Day is observed on the first Monday of November each year.