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Escape Your Career Rut

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Is your career in a rut? Are you struggling to find the step to take to move forward? Perhaps you took a job to earn a paycheck until you found your dream career and slowly but surely it’s become a permanent part of your life. If that’s the case, you need to think about ways to freshen up your CV, gain a new perspective and open the doors that could lead to far brighter opportunities. Luckily for you, you’ll find all the information on how to do that right here. Let’s get started by thinking about that fresh perspective.

Take A Year Off 

It might seem counterproductive to take a year away from the office but if you want to get back on track, that’s exactly what you need to do, and there are always options here. You can start by looking at voluntary roles abroad, helping those in need. As well as giving you some great life experiences, this will also make you a rather attractive hire to employers. Recruiters are always looking for people with something unique and interesting on their resume. This is exactly what an experience like this provides, and it also gives you something fantastic to talk about in the interview that will keep the employer’s attention.

Learn In Your Spare Time

You might need to boost your resume a little with some fresh knowledge and qualifications. You can do this in your spare time by taking one of the many online courses that are available. You can get an online course in everything from project management to IT that will provide you with some fantastic skills that employers are always on the lookout for.

The only question is whether you have the ambition to take a course like this on. If you do, you’ll certainly find that it’s a remarkably rewarding experience.

Go The Extra Mile

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Of course, you may just be interested in moving up in whatever business you’re currently working at and getting that promotion. To do this, you should consider the possibility of showing employers that you are ready to go the extra mile. Work through the weekend, stay late and put in the extra hours to demonstrate the support for your business.

You shouldn’t be afraid of rising to a challenge if it is presented to you. For instance, there might be an opportunity to take the lead on a project or job that the business is competing for one of the biggest clients. Don’t be afraid to step into the spotlight and show what you can bring to the role.

Become Your Own Champion

Finally, you should make sure that you are representing yourself and pushing your own agenda on the job market because no one else is going to do it for you. This isn’t just about pushing that envelope or making sure you show confidence in the interview. You must remain active online, showing potential employers who you are and what you could bring to their business.

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