In the last several years, the job search has changed quite a bit. The internet has given it a whole new approach for both those who are searching and those who are hiring. It often leaves job seekers wondering where to begin.
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?
Have you talked to your parents about your career decisions? Tap into the wisdom they, or your parent substitutes offer. You may be surprised what you hear.
Are you on a job search and you’re not sure what lies ahead or where to turn? Maybe it’s time to look at it as an adventure rather than a problem…are you heading in the right direction?
Are you trying to find a new career, or a new job? Then that’s an excellent reason to hire a job coach who will take you where you can’t take yourself…
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.
How do you handle success? When things are rough, when your job search goes on and on and on it’s easy to remember to call on God for strength, wisdom patience. But when things turn around, when you get that new job, when things are going splendidly, do you remember God at that time?
Your job search is an opportunity to celebrate your uniquenesses, thank God for them, and think about how best to package them in your story, your resume and your interviewing.
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.