How to get noticed in a new industry

With the job market more buoyant than ever, if you’re looking for a new challenge, now is a great time to look at changing industries. Many roles are directly transferable across different industries – and plenty mean you’ve developed transferable skills. Changing industries can directly benefit your career, but might seem like a daunting prospect. There are, however, steps you can take pre-application to help put you in the frame in a new industry, without feeling inauthentic.   Continue reading “How to get noticed in a new industry”

What to do when your new job doesn’t work out 

You’re excited to start your new job. You’ve done all your homework, asked all the right questions during interviews. Then the honeymoon period starts to wane as you get to grips with what the role actually entails. You start to realise the job just isn’t what you were expecting.  

There are a number of reasons this might happen. It could be the job itself – the type of work it involves day to day, maybe the commute is far worse than you imagined, or it might be a key relationship that just isn’t working.  

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