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Finding A Job In The Right Industry

Finding A Job In The Right Industry

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After figuring out what you want to do with your career, the next step is finding the right job. The job hunt seems easier now thanks to the internet, but it can actually prove to be more difficult due to the volume of advertised posts that are out there.

So how can you find your dream job? Here are some tips for finding a job in the right industry and working your way towards finding a job that you love.

Try a more specialist search

When it comes to the job hunt, many people will head to a jobs website and simply start browsing everything that’s available. However, some job descriptions can be vague about what they really are and in what industry, which can waste a lot of your time if it turns out to be something completely unrelated to what you want to do.

A more specialist job search by looking for the types of roles you’d find in your chosen industry can be a good start, while many websites will specialise in certain industries or skill sets. If it’s the food industry you’re interested in, take a look at, or look at legal job sites to help you find a law role that suits you. It’s all about knowing where to look, so don’t be afraid to research deeply.

Get social

Social media can be another way of finding the right role in your chosen industry. You can start by being more active on social media and demonstrating an interest in the industry. Follow relevant bodies and individuals and start engaging with their content, you never know when you might spot a good opportunity. Meanwhile, learning how to use LinkedIn effectively can help you make connections with the right people and talk to companies directly about opportunities that might be on the horizon.

If you’re just starting out, then you could consider apprenticeships as a stepping stone along your chosen career path. Apprenticeships can lead to many great things, just make sure you check its quality first.

Use a recruiter

Using a recruiter or a headhunter can be an excellent way to finding your dream job. A recruiter can be a specialist in a specific industry, and have several contacts that can help you find the right job. It’s in a recruiter’s interest to help you find a job, and they’ll often be able to negotiate terms, salary, etc. on your behalf. Research recruitment agencies who operate in your chosen field and make the call, it could be your lucky day.

Finding your dream job can be difficult, but it’s not impossible to find something that interests you and helps you work towards your personal goals. While the temptation to take any job can be great, you should try sticking at it to see what happens. Get more from your job search by delving deeper to find the right opportunities in the right industry for you.

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