Four Tips for living a career you’ll love in 2018 ūüéČ

Can you believe it’s already 2018?¬†Remember how you told yourself it would be the year you’d find the career you’ll love? Well, it’s¬†time to get cracking! And LiveHire is here to help.

Ask yourself, what makes me happy?

Of course, we’d all like to be sitting on a beach taste-testing the best coconuts, but only a lucky few get that role! It’s time to ask yourself, what’s made me happy in the past year at work? Did you enjoy coordinating an event? Getting home in time to pick the kids up from school? Or maybe working in a fast-paced office environment? You’ve got to explore that deeper aspect of what makes you tick and channel those¬†concepts into your¬†career path.

Highlight your strengths and work towards them

Sometimes admitting that you’re good at something can be REALLY tough, especially if you’re not the type to gloat.The easiest way to find out? Ask a co-worker or manager which attributes stand out for them, you may even be pleasantly surprised. This will help you create a LiveHire profile that accurately represents who you are.

Research companies you’d like to work for and join their Talent Communities

Even if you’re not 100% sure which role you’re after, you may be sure on what company you’d like to work for.¬†Maybe you like their culture, their ethics, or you’re just in love with their product. By joining their Talent Communities the hiring managers will do the work for you by¬†measuring your skills against available and future roles. Simple!

View the Talent Communities here.

Make sure your profile details are up to date

Could you imagine the dread you’d feel if you sent out a load of resumes, only to later realise you’d put the wrong mobile number on it? Don’t make a similar mistake! Make sure your profile is up to date. You can do that here.

Looking for more tips to optimise your LiveHire experience? Check out our #LiveHireLessons with our Talent Community Consultant specialist Ashley Wilson and our Candidate Success Advocate Hannah Savage here.

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