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7 TIPS WHEN YOU WANT TO CHANGE YOUR JOB


Recent researches show that the average employee makes a job change 3 to 5 times end-to-end her or his career. In these days unsteady economy, many employees turn looking for job with stability, good pay which requires an effort on the part of the intellect.

1. CHOOSE YOUR JOB

Choose a job that gives you contacts, knowledge and experience around the area or the relationship you want to be in. Remember that you may not choose a job for life, but that you actually have the ability to switch again.


2. THINK ABOUT WHAT TASKS YOU WANT THE NEXT JOB WILL CONTAIN

Would you like to write, produce, sell, convert, and maintain contact with customers or what? Think also about how you want the work to be. Is it important for you to have an office or do you want to sit in an office environment? Do you have younger or older colleagues, women or men?


3. CREATE A SCHEDULE

A conscious decision when you want to have the desired job is a good indication of how much time, effort and attention you want and have to put in your job search right now for success. Also think through what industry your skills can be an expert knowledge. It's harder to get into an industry where everyone can and work with about the same as you can.

4. REFRESH YOUR APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

Have a clear CV and a suitable covering letter for the type of position you seek. Ask for feedback from friends and colleagues and from a professional recruitment industry. Ensure that what you write is relevant to the type of position you want. Also remember that it is important that you easily can see what skills and experience you have from your previous jobs.

5. BE CREATIVE

Who in your contact network has links to jobs in which you would like to work? Contact the jobs and send unsolicited applications, the timing right, select the job instead of the job you choose.

6. USE CONTACTS TO WORK FOR YOU

Use the contact net. You can only be in one place at a time. Get help from those around you to keep your eyes and ears open. If you are lucky, they put in a good word for you. For them to do this, be clear on what context you want to work within.

7. KNOW YOUR OWN VALUE

On the basis of education, experience and past performance has a value. Formulate this for yourself. It makes it easier for you to emphasize why a potential employer to hire you especially.







 

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