Letter to my Job seeking FriendNovember 22, 2019
First off, it’s a Friday. The week has been crazy. But maybe just maybe, it’s been way crazier for you because honestly, unemployment isn’t really anyone’s cup of tea. Well, unless you’re an entrepreneur. As I write these lines, I wouldn’t know how it is you got unemployed. You could be looking for your first job, lost your job or you voluntarily left your previous workplace. Be it as it may, you could be under psychological and financial pressure and unable to live the life you have always dreamed of.
Reality is, when you have financial pressure and can’t get a job, you may lose hope more so if all the doors you’re knocking are all locked. Luckily though, I speak for jobseekers but at the same time, I am Jobsikaz. So yes, you are in the right place for encouragement, opportunities and possible tactics and techniques that may secure you the next job.
The first thing you need to know is that getting a job is a battle waged in your mind. Once you know your professional worth and how much value you may add in an organization, this automatically boosts your confidence. This alone will push you to apply for jobs because you believe you are capable and not because it’s in line with your career path.
Secondly, how is your Curriculum Vitae? A CV is what speaks for you. It’s the first chance you have to make a first impression to the one recruiting. It will give you an upper hand in getting a face to face interview. A good CV will not necessarily get you a job, but if it’s not good it will definitely cost you a job.
Thirdly, if you are truly committed to finding the job of your dreams, you will not hesitate to take on mentorship programs as well as career coaching techniques. Wanting to be someone else is a waste of the person you are. So instead of saying you hate that job, you need to understand what it is you’re good at and most times it takes someone else to see that in you.
Excellence is the ultimate goal. So get that CV worked on at www.jobsikaz.com get career coaching from us as well, be that irresistible choice and sign up at www.jobsikaz.com and apply and be sure to get that job.
As I conclude, my dearest friend I was once like you. My boss was once like you. So yes, it’s a step we all go through but what makes the search journey shorter is you deciding to be different. I do trust and hope that things get smoother for you. Dig deeper, find opportunities but mostly be ready to learn, unlearn and relearn.
Once a Jobseeker