How can you view your job search with different eyes, so you can find a career that doesn’t feel mundane, and makes you want to get up Monday morning? Here are at least 3 possibilities.
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They say the best time to get a job is while you still have a job, and I’ve been out of work for a couple of months now. Am I doomed before I even start?”
That idea about getting a job while you have a job has been going around for years, but the practical reality is that the large majority of people don’t start looking until they know they are going to be laid off or have already been laid off. And the vast number of unemployed folks find new positions in a reasonable time from when they apply themselves and understand the process.
Do you think Joseph ever had the thought that his talents were being wasted while he spent those 13 years in slavery and prison?
You may see your day-after-day job search sameness much like Joseph’s day-after-day prison term sameness. You don’t see the whole story; you can’t see what God is doing. You can’t see what God is orchestrating.
Ever considered how your personality traits should play an important part of a successful career change? Use this resource to help in your career pursuit.
The process of making a career change involves identifying what you bring to a job, where you find your greatest sense of fulfillment, and then finding opportunities that offer those, rather than looking at job announcements to see where you can find one that uses what you have.
Dissatisfied with your career? Not seeing the fulfillment you had hoped to? Thinking there’s got to be more to life than what you have? Wanting more happiness, opportunities to use your strengths, sense of making a contribution?