How to work: When looking for a new job, think transferable skills

It can be tempting to quickly update your CV and start firing out applications, but it would be wise to slow down and carry out a ‘self-audit’ first to identify your skills and the roles best suited to them

14th March, 2021
How to work: When looking for a new job, think transferable skills
Having identified your soft skills and your value proposition, you need to make them stand out on your CV

For some, the pandemic has brought about the need for change – a new job with a different employer, for example, or a new career in a different field. But taking those first steps to applying for a new role can be daunting.

There can be a temptation to overcome any initial trepidation by just going for it, updating your CV in record time and completing applications as quickly as possible to keep the momentum...

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