If you could piece together your ideal job, what would it look like? When leading independent job board, CV-Library, asked Brits recently, it’s a flexible London-based education job, in a company with less than 250 people, which pays £25,500 per year! What makes an ideal job for you?
You decide to go for a job you really, really want. Thankfully, you get through the initial hurdle of CV or online application. Now you worry that you lack experience at the level for which you are applying. That old friend, imposter syndrome, pays a visit chipping away at your self-confidence.
Networking is defined as the “cultivation of productive relationships for employment or business” by the Merriam-Webster dictionary. Sounds pretty crucial to career success, right? Unfortunately, your professors may or may not have exposed you to the idea of networking to build potential work relationships or how to go about it.
Finding the time to search and apply for roles, sneak glances at your emails and pick up calls from employers take enough time as it is.
One of the biggest challenges, however, is being able to attend job interviews when you’re working a full-time job…
You land your first real job in a corporate environment after a ton of rejected applications and near-misses at interviews. Finally, you escape the short-term, temporary and low-level jobs you take to survive after graduating. Your hard work and persistence are paying off as you look forward to an exciting new role. You arrive with a mix of excitement and apprehension about what to expect. A few weeks later and you start to question if your decision to accept is the right one. Your induction into the organization is poor. What can you do?
During your internship, how do you improve your chances of making real progress in your career?
I’ll show you how giving proper attention to three essential elements will give you a good chance of success…