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Getting the Best out of your Next Job

Getting the Best out of your Next Job
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Getting the Best out of your Next Job


One of the reasons most people are searching for another job is because they are not happy with their present job. They did not take time to evaluate the position carefully before accepting the job, because they were desperately looking for job and are ready to take any offer at that time. During this period, they did silly things just to impress their potential employer in order to secure the job. A recent poll by Harris Associates found that half of the Americans do not expect their financial situation to improve in the next 6months and 30% expect it to worsen about the same number felt that way a year ago. This simply tells me that a lot of people out of desperation have hooked themselves in a job and they found it difficult to get out of it.Here are my suggestions on how to boost your chances of getting the best out of your next job:You need to make a lot of job searches both online and offline, also through the recruitment agencies. You can contact a lot of this career recruiters on the internet through their website and apply with as many that advertise on your field. By doing this, you are certainly widening your chances of getting offers, some of wish that can be tempting and very difficult to resist. Before you know it you are getting lots of interviews and multiple job offers. This will surely give you the confidence required to carefully vet each prospective job.Once you are eventually being called for interviews, get yourself equipped and full of confidence in such a way that conveys that you are competent and able to handle the post on your own with little or no supervision. When attending these interviews make sure you are honest and full of confidence through out the interview session. Never at anytime panic or show signs of improper conduct that can affect you negatively. Answer all questions you were asked to the best of your ability.During the interview ask questions to know exactly about the work you are to do if you are eventually employed. Ask if you can visit the workplace and if allowed move around and use the opportunity to ask some of the employees' general questions on their job. You can ask them of their opinion and if they are happy working in that organization. Also take time to assess the place by yourself and ask your prospective boss questions on what exactly you will be doing before accepting the job.



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