Learning to Love your Career
Everyone would love to have a ‘perfect’ job in their dream industry. A career with fantastic management, supportive colleagues, loyal customers, satisfying tasks, and fun social events – but unfortunately, most of us don’t have one.
Here are five ways to make sure you get maximum enjoyment from the job that you do have. Finding satisfaction in your workplace.
Stepping onto the Career Ladder
If you have limited or no work experience, it might seem impossible to stand out from the competition in the selection process. But having extensive industry experience isn’t the only way to get hired. Learning how to write a CV without work experience, is all about focusing on your key skills.
By having a CV that is formatted to highlight your applicable strengths and is tailored to the sector you’re applying to; you’re more likely to grab a recruiter’s attention and land yourself an interview.
Below are the 5 key areas to include in your CV to balance out your limited work experience.
Boosting your pay pack
Theoretically speaking, the formula for career success should be pretty simple. Education and experience within your chosen field should guide you along the pathway to maximised profit. After all, the best jobs should naturally go to people with the greatest expertise. Right? Spoiler alert: life doesn’t work like that.
The harsh reality is that there are several other factors that will influence your earnings throughout your career. By acknowledging and appreciating them, you can unlock a brighter tomorrow. View Post
A Year in the Making!
How times flies … I’ve been blogging now for almost a year which includes hours of thinking of ideas, days of pondering whether what I’m publishing is any good and months of worrying if I should just go back to full time recruitment.
It has been a year of ups and downs, highlights such as getting my first payment for doing what I love, getting awarded as one of the top 100 career advice sites and getting recognised by larger sites willing to publish my work .. yes little old me got published on Classy Career Girl and CV Library!