As 2017 comes to a close, you may be starting to think of some New Year's resolutions. Many common resolutions include: going to the gym, eating healthier, and obtaining a new career. While all of these goals are inspirational, it's important to remember that not all can be completed within a 12 month span. For example, it's not realistic to go to the gym and expect to lift 50 lb weights right off the bat, especially for those who have never gone to the gym/have worked out before. Obtaining a new job, however, is achievable, especially when you partner with a staffing agency to help you find work.
If one of your New Year's resolutions for 2018 is to obtain a new career, Liberty Staffing would like to provide you with some helpful tips.
Decide What You Would Like to Do
Sometimes you just need a change - and that's okay! Many professionals decide to make a career change to a different field/sector. But it's important to make a clear decision of what you would like to do. Otherwise you will be applying to any job, in any field, and in this case most employers will overlook your application because your skills may not fit exactly what they are looking for. The first step in making a career chance is to be specific and decide what you would like to do.
Consider Contributing Factors
Once you have decided what your ideal new job is, be sure to consider all contributing factors. For example, does this career change require you to go back to school? Do you need to explore further training to become certified? You should consider all of these factors and plan accordingly in order to achieve your new career goal.
Partner with a Staffing Agency
The most important thing that you can do is partner with a staffing agency to help you obtain a new career. Liberty Staffing Services offers general labour, warehouse, industrial, and office work in Ontario. Whether you are looking for temporary or permanent work, Liberty Staffing can help. With multiple recruiting professionals with years of experience, we can help you gain employment in your field of interest.