The job market, as we know it, has changed as the world adjusts to the strange year we’ve had. Earlier this year, college graduates entered into the worst job market since the Great Depression, with the unemployment rate at 14.7 percent in April. This number is thankfully improving as the year comes to a close, but it is a different market from the one just 12 months ago. Some had to make a career change to make ends meet at some point in 2020 and are open to new opportunities, hoping to find a sense of normalcy in the new year. Some candidates were already seeking out new positions at the top of 2020 but decided to put their job search on hold while things got a little… well, crazy.