Changing Careers, Why So Many Are Doing It Now

Are you thinking about making a change in your career? You are not alone. 

An average person is estimated to change careers between 5 and 7 times over the course of their working life. Currently, the flexible nature of work means that a career change is more flexible for you than it was in the past years. This also makes it possible for people to learn new skills and professions with the help of new learning opportunities like online courses. 

While working might formerly have been viewed as just one of the ways to pay the bills, it’s now widely accepted that changing to a fulfilling career is one of the keys to a happy life. Having that in mind, this could be the best time for you to take a step back and look at some of the reasons people decide to make a career change. 

Reasons Why Many Decide to Change Careers 

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Perfect Your Interview Skills to Make Sure You Get the Callback

It is frustrating to go without a callback, especially when you feel that you aced the job interview. When this happens, it is natural for you to recall the moments of the interview for the purpose of discovering what you might have done wrong.

While sometimes you may be able to detect where you made an error, other times, you could be left with no clue as to why you didn't get a callback. However, acquiring the skills on how to play your cards right during a job interview can save you from the stress of not knowing why you didn’t hear back.

In this article, we will be discussing how you can perfect your interview skills. This includes the necessary tips to follow before and during an interview.

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3 Steps to Interview Preparation

You’ve got an amazing resume that got the attention of the hiring manager and you finally got that call for an interview! Now how do you wow them at the interview so that you don’t blow it?!

With some prep work and a little planning, you can make sure that you shine during the interview so that you get moved ahead and get closer to that offer!

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How to be Successful in Your First 90 Days

Cover the Basics

Of course, it goes without saying that you need to be dependable- show up on time, come in early, stay late and offer to cover extra shifts. As the new person on the team, you need to demonstrate your commitment. Your flexibility is key here. Be willing to help others out when needed.

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