Ok! So you're looking for a job. We've spoken elsewhere in this blog about where and how to find opportunities. How do you know if a possible role is the one for you?
These days, it's likely that you will come across different roles and working environments. To reach your full potential it pays to be flexible and adaptable, especially if you're looking at a change in career. A good way to start is by recognising your transferable skills.
Want to work in engineering? This video will give you some pointers.
Want to work in visual effects? This video will give you some pointers.
The BBC has produced an advice video on how to get a job in manufacturing. Take a look to see if this is the area for you.
The BBC has produced an advice video on how to get a job in retail. Take a look to see if this is the area for you.
After several applications and a series of interviews, your job search is finally over and you have two firm job offers on the table. Now all you have to do is decide which offer to accept. Each offer is weighted with positives in certain areas and there are several factors that need to be considered. But, the question remains, how do you decide?
Listen to advice on how to figure out the type of career you want, and the type of company you want to work for.
Click here to download the audio file so you can listen to it on your own mp3 player or computer.