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 Matching Yourself To The Job
Posted Date: 2017-07-12

Matching Yourself To The Job

It’s not all about whether you are right for the job, but also whether the job is right for you. Here's how to assess the information provided about a graduate job or training scheme to see if you'd be a good match. When you're choosing the right graduate career for you, you can either start by looking at yourself your strengths and needs -and then looking for jobs that match your skills and needs, or you can look at jobs that interest you and see whether you have the necessary skills do them.

EXHIBIT YOUR SUITABILITY

The best way to prove anything is to point to evidence the times in your life when you have successfully demonstrated the key skills that they are looking for. And remember that skills are transferable from any part of your life and can be used to show that you have the potential they seek.

WORK EXPERIENCE

Of course the best sort of evidence is if you have relevant work experience in the job or the sector. This doesn't have to mean that you need a long summer

work experience opportunities out there. The old expression 'all experience is good experience' has never been more apt than when applied to your career. A part-time job at university will give you transferable skills (such as teamwork, communication, time management and so on) as well as show that you have knowledge of working in the real world. If you know the area that you want to work in then seek out work experience in the types of organisations that interest you.

DITCH THE BAGGAGE

There will be times when things don't exactly go to plan. You may have all the right skills and experience and have a terrific personality but sometimes the jobs you crave are just hopelessly competitive. In such cases you have to ditch the baggage and apply the reality test. How realistic is it to carry on? If you can't face doing something completely different from your aspirations, can you do some-thing similar that's easier to get into? The classic examples are working in sales as a foundation to a career in marketing or working in a bookshop to gain useful experience for publishing.

Via: getjobs.co.uk

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