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A Guide to Changing Your Prescott Career

If you have arrived at a point where your current line of work has become unfulfilling (be it because of salary, personal satisfaction, or the workplace environment), then you may be ready for a career change. Altering your line of work isn’t a decision to be taken lightly, so here are some pointers to assist your search for new Prescott jobs. These tips are courtesy of The Wall Street Journal.

1. Establish your goals: According to the Journal, you should sort your career change goals into three categories: short-term goals, intermediate goals, and long-term goals.

2. Do some research: if you are going to change careers, you would do well to identify which industries are expanding. Job boards and business news publications are the best places to look. The Journal also identifies the Labor Department’s Occupational Outlook Handbook (which can be found on the website of the Bureau of Labor Statistics) as a good research source

3. Take some assessment tests: these tests can help you discover or rediscover skills and talents and jobs that suit these abilities. The three tests that the Journal recommends are the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Strong Interest Inventory, and Campbell Interest & Skill Survey.

4. Find out what skills you’ll need for your new career path: you’ll have to do some more research to cover this step. Networking comes into play as well. Taking classes and doing volunteer work can help you improve on the necessary skills if your credentials are lacking.

5. Revamp your resume: we have established that your resume should be different for each job; in this case, highlight skills or experience that will be most relevant to your new line of work.

By Kyle Wise

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