What You Need When Changing Your Career Path

 

If you’ve just decided that enough is enough, and you no longer want to be working that mundane job for minimum wage with people that you don’t like – then stop now. Of course, a lot of people are fearful about doing this because, what’s next? This is why people often talk about waiting for the right moment before they make a rather big decision, but the truth is, there is no right moment – that doesn’t exist. The moment is only right when you decide it is, and that’s merely when the fear subsides enough for you to do so.

 

The thing is, working isn’t just about making enough to be able to buy yourself food and keep shelter above your head – it’s certainly something that’s necessary, but it’s also worth so much more than that too. Working should be something that you enjoy waking up to in the morning and feeling that slight mix of nerves and excitement because you aren’t sure what you’re going to be met with today. So if you, in fact, dread the thought of getting up for work, that’s enough to tell you it may be time to look for something new.

 

There are a few things that you’ll need before jumping right in and putting yourself out there – here are the most important.

 

Grades

It’s extremely rare where you’ll be considered for a job without having any of the necessary grades or qualifications first. So unless you’re offering them something extraordinary in return, you will need to have everything that is required on paper. If you wanted to do something that really makes a difference for example, then you need to show that you’re fully capable of doing so. Fortunately, if there’s anything you’re missing out on, you can get your online fnp degree from the comfort of your own home.

 

Personality

So many people often forget just how important having a personality is. Sure, you can be the smartest cookie in the box, but if it comes down to you and someone else with the exact same expertise, only they also have a killer personality that’s bubbly, eager, funny, and positive, then that will be the person that will go home with a job secured. So never be afraid to show people who you really are. After seeing tones of applicants throughout the day, meeting someone with an edge about them is what will make you remembered.

 

Experience

A lot of the time, jobs will say ‘Experience preferred, but not essential’. So while it is not a must-have, it will always get you higher up there if you do have a little experience here and there. It can be as simple as reaching out to a company that does what you’re interested in doing, and asking to join them one day to watch how they do things. You may even be fortunate enough to bag yourself a mentor who is willing to show you the ropes to get you ahead in your career.

Beth Mahoney

Hi! I'm Beth Mahoney, a beauty and lifestyle blogger from Honiton in Devon.

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