5 Tips for Your New Career

5 Tips for Your New Career

New Career Confidence Tips

If you’re looking for a brand new job or starting a brand new career, you’ll need to be prepared. But what do you need to do? Has the job market changed since you were last looking for a job? Honestly, you’re probably more prepared than you think.

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Whether you’re switching careers by choice or being thrust into a job due to necessity, remember this: Starting over takes guts and you’ve got what it takes. Now, let’s run through some new career tips so you can enter the job market at your best and with complete confidence.

1. Your Resume – Your Personal Brand

Make sure your resume is up-to-date—across the board. That is to say your written resume should match your online profile on LinkedIn, Twitter, and so on. Look at it as your personal brand. If you’re developing a whole new career, edit the old information and accentuate the new information.

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2. Your Contacts – Your Social Side

Chances are you know someone who can give you the inside scoop on a job or someone who might work in the field you’re trying to get into. Send a friendly email, call them on the phone, reconnect, and let them know you’d appreciate some career tips or a recommendation—whatever is appropriate. Don’t forget the thank-you afterwards.

3. Research – Your Intellectual Side

If you’ve decided this is your chance to do what you love, find people you’d like to emulate, follow their blogs and learn what they do and with whom—clients, trade associations, vendors. Everyone has different tidbits to share about their industry and you could easily learn what you need to do to get started with just a little research.

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If you’re looking for a new employer, research the companies you apply to. Don’t just find out what they pay; research their culture and their history. You might find an interesting fact to mention in your interview that will definitely put you at the top of their list of candidates.

4. Appearance – Your Comfortable, Confident Side

Even though it’s basic business know-how, it warrants a mention—look your best. Wear something classic, comfortable and appropriate to your next meeting or interview. If you wear shoes that are too tight or a jacket you can’t button, you’re going to be distracted from the reason you’re there in the first place. You’ll want to make a good first impression. Being unkempt or uncomfortable will make you stand out, but not in a good way. A few days before your next appointment, decide what you’re going to wear. This will reduce your stress level and help you to focus on the task at hand—getting that job!

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5. Patience and Tenacity – Your Resilient Side

Transitioning into a new job or a whole new career not only takes guts, it takes patience. It means not giving up if you’re not instantly transported into a new career overnight. You’re not just reinventing yourself, you’re building the foundation for your future and that can take time and persistence. Take the not-so-great job to pay the bills if you need to, and devote the rest of your waking hours to realizing your passion and keeping your goals in sight.

2 thoughts on “5 Tips for Your New Career

  1. LJ

    Barbara Brown: I’d love to help you but my article is about careers. Why don’t you take advantage of the wonderful psychics on this site – after all, your love life is important. I wish you luck in love, but why rely on luck when you can get real answers. These psychics are the best around.
    ~LJ

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  2. Barbara Brown

    I am so tempted to have a love feast with a new man in my life. He is still married. His wife is very ill and doesn’t function. At my age, 81, do I cross the line for my own good feelings?

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