How To Find Jobs That Match Your Skills
Free tools to match your skills to job options
When you're looking for a new job or thinking about starting a job search, it can be a challenge to know what type of job to look for. That's especially the case if you want to do something different this time around.
A quick (and easy) way to learn about jobs that might be a good fit is to take advantage of free online tools that will match your skills to potential job options. You'll be able to get ideas about what jobs match the skills you have, find out about jobs that you might not even have thought of, and get the next phase of your career off to a great start.
Free Tools To Match Your Skills to Jobs
These free job-matching tools will show you how to match your skills to possible job options, how to upgrade your skills if you need to, and how to write your cover letter and resume to show prospective employers that you’re a strong candidate for the job.
How To Show Employers You Have the Right Skills
When you're switching jobs (or even careers), the most important thing you'll need to do is to show employers that you have the skills they are seeking in their next new hire.
In addition to highlighting your most relevant skills for the job in your resume and cover letter, you can take online skills tests and promote the results in your job search materials and on LinkedIn.
What To Do When You've Chosen the Wrong Career
If you’ve invested time and money in training for a career, only to discover that you hate your job, you’re probably not sure what to do.
The good news is that it's not just you. While it’s hard to find statistics on exactly how many careers the average person has in his or her lifetime, it's usually more than one. Even better news: not every career change requires years of school or expensive retraining. There are ways you can upgrade your skills and position yourself for a new career.
Here's what to do if you think you might have made the wrong career choice.
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