The Coronavirus pandemic has been a difficult time for a lot of us. For those who have lost their job as a result of the pandemic and the restrictions put in place to slow the spread of the virus, it has been an especially challenging period.
In recent months the world has changed significantly, with many of us being required to work our current jobs from home. There are a number of simple steps we can take to remain comfortable and productive whilst working from home.
How you go about starting your job search depends greatly on your situation. Someone who is looking for a role in the same industry that they currently work in will have a very different job-hunting experience from someone who is about to embark upon a career change in a new industry. Furthermore, an individual who is looking to take the next step in their career will have a different experience from someone who has recently lost their job
and is looking for a short-term role before they secure a more permanent position.
If you are reading this article, first off, congratulations! You have taken the first step in moving towards a new career. While many of us dream of changing careers it can be easy to be put off by the barriers to doing so.
There are many reasons why you might want to change your career. From a lack of work-life balance to a search for a higher salary, there is a multitude of reasons why you might be looking to leap into an entirely new profession.
Applying to jobs can be occasionally be demotivating, especially when you feel you have no way of standing out from the crowd in a sea of applicants who you feel are probably just as qualified for the role as you are.
LinkedIn has been a leading social media platform for several years now. However, most of us don’t fully know how to harness LinkedIn’s capabilities to boost our careers and build our personal brands.