5 New Year’s Resolutions For Your Career
The New Year is the best time to make new beginnings, and our New Year’s resolutions–if we promise to stick to them– go a long way in helping us start afresh.
If 2015 hasn’t been the best year for you, here are some New Year’s resolutions that will help jump-start your career in 2016:
1. Set a new career goal
Not happy with where you are in your career today? Aspire towards something different. It could be a better role, a better company or even your dream job. Having a new and promising goal in mind keeps you moving in the right direction.
2. Learn a new skill
Enhancing your skill sets is a great way to open the door for new opportunities. Pick a new skill or two that you would want to learn this year.
3. Communicate better
Most good jobs require you to have good communication skills. Simply knowing a language is not good enough. Develop your communication skills to improve your job prospects.
4. Acknowledge your preferences
Building a better life is all about keeping your concerns and preferences in mind when looking at a job opportunity. If you don’t want to spend hours commuting to your workplace everyday, make sure you’re mindful of that preference. If you believe that you deserve a higher salary, make sure you don’t settle for less. Being cognisant of your preferences is an important step in being happy with your career decisions.
5. Create your SmartProfile™
MeraJob’s SmartProfile™ helps you find a job that is best matched to not only your skills but also to your preferences. Call us on 092-666-22-544 (9:30am to 7:30pm daily) to create your SmartProfile™ today!
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