What Is The Toughest Challenge Facing Your Career?
1. If you are looking for a new job, you need to (#1), first take the time to learn or master the required skills before (#2), rewriting your resume to match the job postings or finally (#3), applying for jobs!
2. Why? Because job postings are written for those who will be productive from day one because employers do not want to re-train new hires.
3. Don’t be like those job seekers, who assume that they can get the attention of hiring managers, simply by re-writing their resume without significantly improving their skills!
4. Know this, posting your resume mindlessly without first learning the skills required for the job, is a black hole that either sucks up your time and energy or brands you in a negative light as thoughtless to employers.
5. Do this first, take a personal inventory of the skills required for your job posting, then take the time tostudy, learn and improve on your weak areas.
Step #1: Identify your ideal job by researching current job postings
Step #2: Describe your current skill-sets, experience and background
Step #3: Identify the gaps between your current background and your ideal job
Step #4: Create a roadmap or timeline for bridging the gaps between your background and ideal job
Step #5: Get the skills, knowledge and experience required for your ideal job
Step #6: Rewrite your resume to match your ideal job
Step #7: Search for your Ideal jobs using currently effective job search techniques
Step #8: Prepare for Job Interviews jobs using currently effective job interview techniques
Step #9: Negotiate your job offers the right way and you get hired
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I am trying to shift to Business Analyst career.
Having 4 years total experience as Middleware Admin IT.
So preparing resume is difficult.
Read all your notes in the website was helpful.
But I still am not satisfied with the outcome.
So any suggestions?