Here’s our advice on how to find a new job in 2022.
How can I change my career?
Changing your career without any experience in the new sector can seem, from the outside, impossible.
But far from being abnormal, it’s actually common to pull a career 180. A study by online education provider EdEx found that a third of Americans aged 25-44 have completely changed fields since their first professional job.
Most workers plan to look for different jobs in the new year, according to a new survey by the job website CV-Library. So, get ahead of the crowds and start preparing now.
We’ve all read the headlines about shortages of HGV drivers but that’s not the only industry looking for workers. Now could be the time to retrain and find a whole new career path.
Ever fancied yourself helping others turn their lives around as a prison officers? Or building the homes and offices of tomorrow as a scaffolder? How about being a dentists or vet? All these fields have more vacancies than employees at the moment.
And if you’d ever considered a career in medicine, midwives, doctors, and paramedics are in high demand.
The end result of finding a new job may be exciting, but the process is almost always stressful. Tweaking cover letters and wondering if silence is a good or bad thing is enough to drive you to distraction.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. We asked experts for their most useful tips for adding some serenity to the job hunt process and the most crucial tip was to decide on designated time slots for particular tasks as a way to stop the ordeal taking over your life.
One of the big challenges of finding a new job is having the right skills for it. Luckily, one of the positives to come from the pandemic has been the advance of online learning. It’s never been easier to upskill and give your career a new lease of life.
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