Career Change Ideas
November 5, 2011 by staff
Career Change Ideas, It can be frustrating if you are in the process of making a career change. Whether your idea or change was one that was made for you because of the economy or their own struggle with balancing work / life … is difficult. I know. I’ve been there.
There is a new staff organization in the city, Mom Corps, which is helping people return (many of whom are mothers) to the labor market as employers are being more flexible with schedules and open to ideas such as working from home … problems that may have prevented qualified people working in the past.
But if you go to work in Houston or change careers – ready! Houston Mother Meera Body President Naehr are five tips that can help you be more confident and ready when the right opportunity presents itself (as in the hiring of Houston!) Can take!
# 1 Be Prepared
Show employers that are willing to work. Update your resume, is a modern wardrobe, and be prepared to explain gaps in employment. Identify your specific industry and transferable skills and abilities do not forget perfected through volunteer service. Also be sure to thoroughly research prospective employers.
# 2 Flexibility Address
Do not be shy about being honest about their must-have for flexibility. Be specific about what needs flexibility in its position and consider keeping “nice to have” applications until you have proven yourself to your employer.
# 3 Redefine your success
The fact that you left the labor market at a certain level does not mean you need to return to the same level. Many low-level jobs offer more flexibility and less stress. Tell employers if you are open to a lower level job and I do not think too skilled.
# 4 Think Small
Often large companies do not have the ability to be flexible. Smaller companies tend to be more open to alternative staffing situations and jump at the opportunity to save money by hiring someone with more experience working part time.
# 5 Tell your friends
You never know who within their own network might have the right connections for your dream job. Tell people when you start your job search. You can also expand your circle of contacts, attending networking events and meetings. Make sure your LinkedIn profile is current and always pay with interest any track that you receive.
For professionals seeking a career change, greater flexibility in their professional lives, or simply need to return to work, interested candidates should Naehr register with Mom Corps www.momcorps.com where you can easily upload your resume (it’s free!) and receive email updates with employment opportunities.
Interested in working for the mother’s body? They are hiring a part-timeanlyst of benefits, a developer of SSRS reports and collections agent at his office in Houston!
More About Mom Body:
Mom Corps was founded on the idea that there is an enormous amount of untapped talent among qualified professionals who have left the traditional workforce because they could not find the balance that needs to manage his career and family life. With the most demanding professionals flexibility in their jobs and work environments, Mom Corps has become a national leader in the niche flexible staffing and resource companies to go searching for exceptional candidates.
New Mom Body President Meera Naehr Houston has identified a great need for the concept of Mom Corps in Houston, where she has seen many talented professionals and mothers who seek nontraditional career options or be overlooked by companies traditional search. She has also seen companies that need to react quickly to the changing economic landscape with the use of interim talent, while working to keep their most valuable assets – your employees – by offering greater flexibility.
“Not only our business model allow us to help improve the lives of our candidates with flexible working arrangements, but also helps our clients improve their competitive advantage in attracting and retaining top talent, while better management their costs. “Naehr says. “It’s a solution that works well in our dynamic economic environment.”
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