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
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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