HOW TO PASS
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You spend around a third of your time at work. That's an awful lot of your life to sacrifice if it's a daily grind that leaves you miserable, stressed and exhausted. Yet remarkably few of us give any real thought to establishing a career plan. You may well think it's already too late, but people of all ages have made significant and lasting changes to their lives by rethinking the way they earn their living.
Sometimes circumstances force us to reassess our careers. Redundancy, business failure or illness can unexpectedly leave us without financial support, and suddenly the world looks a very threatening place.
The important thing to remember at this point is not to panic; the worst that can happen is rarely as bad as you expect, and it hardly ever happens quickly. The money situation may look terrifying, but a couple of days spent rethinking your work ethic won't make things worse. But it could make them a whole lot better. Permanently.
At this stage, most people just try to replace the income that's been lost, replacing one job with a remarkably similar post elsewhere. Instead, consider changing your life for the better. It's not easy advice to follow, but the rewards, both personal and financial, are often life-changing. It may be well worth getting a third party view of your options and opportunities. Specialists like How2Become can help you to identify exactly what you want to do, and then provide real, effective support and advice in helping you make the change.
Make a diary note of the date when you sat down to do some serious career planning. It's never too late, and you'll remember it as the day that changed your life for the better.
Career Planning, Interviews, CVs and Personality Assessments.
assessments are commonly used by employers at interviews to calculate your personality
type and derive
Getting the job you always wanted is more about
choosing the path that's right for you than it is about persuading an
employer that you can do it. It's all about knowing yourself, something
most people find surprisingly difficult. We often fool ourselves about
our strengths and weaknesses, so career planning Personality
test can help us to see the wood from the trees. If you're considering
a career change, then it's worth finding out about yourself, and using
that, often surprising, information to guide your new career path.
What does a personality assessment report say about you?
Personality tests usually consist of a series of forced-choice questions. Your
choices reveal a great deal about how you operate, creating a surprisingly detailed
map of your priorities and motivations. Employers will usually give you the opportunity
of discussing these findings. Taking your own psychometric test beforehand gives
you prior understanding of the key points, so that you can have your responses
get you to the interview
OK, so you have your psychometric test results, and you're ready for anything the interviewer might throw at you. Now you just need the interview. If your CV is misspelt, poorly presented and incorrectly structured, you'll fall at the first fence. Until you can get in front of the employer, no one will know how perfect you are for the job.
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