Making a Career Change

Have you ever found yourself stuck in a career you never intended on pursuing but don’t know how to make a switch? Believe it or not, this happens to many people and it’s possible to flip careers without additional schooling or previous experience. A career change can be drastic or small, but regardless, it has to start somewhere. 

A great first step is revising your resume to showcase universal accomplishments that can be seen as beneficial to your goal career. For example: an educator looking to move into the business world might showcase their management or data collection skills. Another plan of action, if possible is to work as an intern in the field you wish to enter. There are many remote internships (such as mine) that offer the opportunity to gain experience on your own time. 

Whatever your plan of action is, Career Service Station is here to help. We offer resume makeovers and career advice to assist you in following your dreams. 

If you’re looking to work in the business world, Braathe Enterprises hires many remote interns with flexible schedules to help kick off your career. Check out our internships: http://www.braatheenterprises.com/internships/

Contact us today for advice on where to get started! Call 518-290-0812 or email at contactus@careerservicestation.com

How to Not Lose Hope on the Job Search

Since 2000, I’ve been rejected during various stages of the interview process for positions including:

  • Training Coordinator
  • Professor
  • General Manager
  • Regional Recruiter
  • Interview Partner
  • Front Office Manager
  • Retail Manager
  • Entrepreneur In Residence
  • Community Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Executive Director

What does this tell me? Someone somewhere has wanted me enough to put me through the process of speaking to me about these roles, and someone may again. 

Don’t take rejection as a sign of your inability; take it as a sign that the company valued enough to have the conversation with you. Keep note of the positions you didn’t get, and let them be a reminder to you of what your value is in interviews to come. 

Let’s talk about your career. Give me a call at (518) 290-0812 or setup a time at http://meetme.so/RobertBraathe