Careers At Men’s Clinic International
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Must-read tips for launching a new career
1) Maintain your focus.
If you’re about to start a new career, it’s time to get laser-focused. What type of work do you want to do? What types of projects do you want to work on? Get clear on what your dream career looks like and deprioritize anything that’s not on your goal list.
- Do your research.
Thanks to Google (and Bing and Yahoo) job searching resources are at our fingertips! Interested in working at a specific company? Check out Glassdoor to see what employees are saying about it. Get informed–it might even lead you to a new company (or title) you haven’t heard of before.
- Remove distractions.
Learning something new or doing research to change careers can be daunting, so always aim to work in environments that allow you to be the most productive. Make sure your home office or coffee shop has what you need to be successful.
- Learn the fundamentals of the industry.
If you’re making the leap into a completely new field, do your best to learn the basics. Find out what the typical job titles and roles consist of and learn about the types of career path options you could take. Start with the entry level and work your way up to see what it would take to become a manager or director in your respective field.
- Tap into your network.
Ready to become a software engineer and know a friend (or a friend of a friend) who is one? Reach out to them! Buy them coffee, find out about their process, dig into what they wish they knew when they got started. Even if you’ve had three jobs before making the switch, there’s always room to learn more. Worst case, you’ll get some insider info. Best case––they might be the contact that helps you nab your next role.
- Master your endurance.
Endurance training is not only for the gym. Are you attempting to change careers while taking a part-time course, and also working full-time? You’ll definitely need stamina to keep your energy high. Pace yourself and don’t try to do everything at once. If you need a break from the job hunt one week, take it!
- Protect your time.
Ever felt like your plans for the day never get done? Set boundaries. If you don’t protect your time, no one else will. A great way to do that is to set a firm schedule that matches your current needs. If you’re employed full-time, make a schedule where you apply to jobs before work or on your lunchtime. If you are currently unemployed, set up your job hunt like a regular day of work and take regular breaks. Create a structure that gives you the best shot at success.
- You will have to make sacrifices.
On top of having to protect your time, if you’re serious about this, you need to put the job hunt first, and prioritize. Use a planner, cancel midweek hangouts, and put your future first. It won’t be easy, just know that the sacrifices will be worth it. Don’t stop just because it gets difficult. You’ve got this.
- Watch what you eat and how you move.
Pay as much attention to your mental and physical health as you do your career search. We’re talking three square meals a day, and plenty of exercise built into your routine. Not only will it help with your energy levels, the structure will keep you on track – searching Indeed on the couch with a bag of Doritos is so 2019.
- Reach out for help.
If you decide to switch careers from barista to data analyst, but don’t know anyone in the field, reach out to an external network. Google industry organizations in your area and reach out for more information. You can also attend local events, hosted by your city, centered around your future career to meet colleagues willing to help you make connections. With resources like Linkedin, you’ll be surprised at how many other professionals that you don’t know yet are willing to chat about their experience and give you some tips.
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