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Finding Your Dream Job

I’m sure we all know too many people who hate the idea of going to work for 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, because they hate their jobs. It feels like a waste of time and energy to commit so much time into a job that you’re dreading, so it is important to make sure you choose a career that makes you excited to get up and go to work!

Quiz Yourself

Many people don’t know what they want to do for their future jobs, so it may be a good idea to take a career quiz or some sort of test that can give you an idea of potential jobs you’ll enjoy. This will give you a foundation for finding a fun job! You’ll discover the basics of what you want, such as if you want to be able to have a flexible schedule instead of a structured one, like Certified Home Health Aides.

Talk to Employees

Whether you’re considering working for a specific company or just have a possible job idea in mind, find someone who is working in the field you’re interested in (or the company you’re considering) and get their input. They know better than anyone what the job, work load, and work environment are like, so it will give you an idea on whether or not you’ll like it before you accept any position.

Ask Questions During Interview

At the end of a job interview, you will be asked if you have any questions – always have at least one question ready. However, don’t just ask questions for the sake of looking good, but ask questions that will reveal answers about how the job will be for you so you get a feel for if you like it. If you need any help preparing for a job interview, take a look at E&S Academy’s FREE interview training course!

Look At Company Culture

Even if a job position seems perfect for you, it’s hard to enjoy going to work everyday if the people are dull, bossy, or just not fun to be around in general. You want to make sure the company you’re working for has a culture you’re comfortable with, whether it be a loud, hands-on environment or one that’s more individual work-based.

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