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Before you can figure out what job is right for you, you need to figure out who you are. Yes, it’s a big question but the more you analyze and assess now, the more happiness and success you’ll have down the road.
There are thousands of resources to help you dig down to find who you are and what you’re passionate about. Below is a list of links to help you get started on your journey. Once you’ve found your work, we’ll help you find your way to work. Visit our Commute page for more ideas!
Today’s job market requires today’s skills. You don’t need a Master’s, or even a college degree, although if you are considering going back to school, education opens up many doors. But what you will need is a practical approach to your skills – are they realistic to the job within your sights? Your ability to read, write, and communicate clearly is not only crucial; it will give you the edge when it comes to getting the coveted second interview, and ultimately the job offer.
There are four essential elements to good resumes and cover letters: be concise, be truthful, be appropriate, and be clear. Let a little of your personality shine through but don’t forget that “less is always more”. Before you sit down and write your resume and corresponding cover letter, remember that the resume should be factual about you, “the product”, and a cover letter should be intriguing enough to open the door.
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