Friday, 17 March 2017

Part 30 of our job searching tips. (Other options)


If changing career, it’s easy to ignore prospective jobs because we only think in terms of the specific job description of what we’ve been doing.

However, if you list all the things you do at work and possibly elsewhere, such as your activities as a parent or a fund-raiser for your favourite charity, you will realise just how many skills you use on a daily basis.

This will help you fill your CV with all your relevant skills and look much better than the standard “hobbies” such as films, reading etc that everyone uses. This will increase your range of job choices.

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