The quest for a dream job starts with a sound academic record and then mentioning all your accomplishments on the resume and then finally appearing for an interview. However this might not be as easy as it sounds, some people are not even fortunate enough to reach the level of interview processes and fail to find a career.

The most important thing about finding your first job is to be realistic. You must not look for a job for which you possess no skills, find a career you love but you don’t want just any job, you want a job that challenges you. One that you can look forward to, one that pays you what you are worth and gives you the lifestyle and personal satisfaction. You should have the goal of your dream job in mind. Being practical, you also must recognize if you are actually qualified and/or capable of the job.

If you develop a realistic and attainable career plan then do not get sidetrack by distractions and adopt the philosophy that you can ‘never say die’. You will succeed. Through structured planning and search, many candidates have found their dream opportunity. The key is to stay focused on short term and long term goals and continue to develop your skills and talents which increase your value and contributions to a company. The working environment is very competitive, everyone wants to succeed, everyone thinks that they are the best at what they do, everyone thinks that they are the most deserving and qualified for a promotion. You must thrive to be the best that you can be, by improving your knowledge, talent and skills on a daily basis. You have to always look for the positive in everything you do.

Don’t let your inexperience discourage you. Assess your talents and any skills you may have learned through volunteer or extracurricular activities and analyze your strengths and weaknesses and inclinations before taking the final move. Planning is an essential part of every job search, so candidates might start with careful consideration of what is
most important from the next and future roles in broad terms.

We are human and we all make mistakes. But the important thing is what did you learn from the mistake and how did you benefit from the experience. Your personality, life experience with people, talent, skills and your work background will successfully carry you through your career.

Original Posted at: mycareeri blog

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