Choose wisely (by experience level and type of work you’re interested in)

June 27, 2008 at 8:56 pm Leave a comment

I’m not suggesting that you don’t apply for a job that you don’t qualify for, it never hurts to ask.

However, searching for a job can be time consuming and you don’t want to waste your time or the interviewers time. I suggest applying for jobs that you are confident you can get.

Creating a job search schedule is also highly suggested. I know that finding a job is very important, (especially when you need the money) but take a break.

Breaks add clarity and lead to higher productivity. Get up from your desk and look outside your window every once in awhile.

Take action today by creating a list of your past jobs. Use this to determine what you qualify for. Ask yourself what skills were needed for previous jobs. Have you acquired any new skills you can add to the list?

Until next time,
Kimmy B.

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