Getting your career started successfully, like any endeavor in life involves some careful analysis and planning. You’ll want to take a personal inventory of who you are, what you like to do and what your strengths and weaknesses are. We’re bringing together a number of assets that can help you get started in the right direction. Get started planning your career here.
So, you’ve finished doing some career planning (see prior tab) and now your ready to actually get into the hunt. It’s time to create a resume, target prospective employer companies, learn how companies are posting open jobs, how to network…. and get the interview (no easy task today by the way). While our ideas and suggestions are no guarantee – they are guaranteed to give you a leg up on your fellow competitor candidate if you use some of the ideas. Learn more here.
Changing careers, especially in today’s economy can be a difficult road to travel. There may be compensation issues to deal with, relocations issues, new interviewing strategies to learn and the list goes on and on. Sometimes having a recruiter’s insight can be helpful. Often they work for a staffing firm, or freelance for other companies. Either way – our suggestion is that you utilize them when you find a good match.
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