Get any job you want with these 7 Skill development tips

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If you think that your current job is not the best fit for you, and you want to start your career in a new industry, then you are not alone. 

For example, Monica has been struggling to find an appropriate position for over 2 years, as she has a bachelor’s degree in botany.

There can be many reasons, but the most important thing for you to do before entering a new industry is to prepare yourself for it.

Here we will share with you 7 career development tips that we learned after analyzing over 100 online and offline interviews. And these tips can help you get any job you want.

1. Identify your skills

Recognizing your existing skills is essential. So make sure to list all the skills and experiences you had in your past, whether soft skills, technical skills, or other industrial skills.

Based on the list you just created, you can decide on what career path you want to take in the future, as these are your core skills. Here you may also find areas where you need to improve, and Task Impetus can help you to achieve this through volunteering, live training, hands-on project experiences, etc.

2. Find out transferable skills

Once you’re done finding out your core skills. Try to find out some other skills which you think can be transferred in favor of the new industry.

For example, if you were working in a restaurant, then you may have excellent customer handling ability. This can be a valuable skill for client perspective thinking, which you can use as an additional benefit at your new job.

3. Research about the industry

As you already know about your skills now you may start your research about the new industry, company, and job roles you can target. 

It is important to have accurate knowledge of how different companies operate in the industry. So, you can prepare yourself for it.

4. Consider learning new skills

Once you have a brief idea about the industry, start preparing for a core skill-set based on your job role. The easiest would be enrolling in some short-term training or online courses. However if you want to develop a suitable industry-specific skill-set, you can enroll for our SklillUp program which will give you industrial exposure as well as land you a job.

5. Update your Resume

Presenting the correct information in your resume is equally important. Because that’s where the interviewer will know what you are capable of. So go ahead and prepare your resume as per the targeted job roles and industries you are applying for.

As mentioned earlier If you’re on the SkillUp program our resume expert team will do this for you, and we also make sure you are confident about your resume.

6. Apply using your existing network

While looking for a job in a new industry, take advantage of your existing network. You can also apply to your present company but for a different industry, especially if you don’t have any connections in the new industry.

Utilizing your existing network is the best option, but you can also use various other sources. This is what we call resume marketing. Task Impetus, Inc. has a large network base throughout the US, and you can attend over 5 client interviews every week for 2 months. So you can expect multiple opportunities from small companies to big tycoons as per your profile and availability.

7. Prepare for the interview

Now that you are ready with your newly updated resume, it is time to prepare yourself for it before going for an interview. Don’t let your interviewer look down on your ability because of your background. Instead, prepare some questions to ask about the company and the position that show you’re genuinely interested.

If you still lack confidence, don’t worry you’re not alone, it happens to everyone. Just make sure to choose the right company and give it your best shot, and don’t be afraid to try again.

Bonus tip: Make sure to plan ahead of time and move with confidence 💪.

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To learn more about how to prepare yourself for an interview, stay tuned.