Like many people, the career area I’m in now is completely different from the career I started. I started in journalism and media; now I’m a career adviser. Because the two career areas seem completely unrelated, people often ask me how I got here from where I was. Here is an interview I gave to Media Shower about my transition into career advising, and why helping people find meaningful careers is so important to me.
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Have you ever been interviewed by the "Clueless Boss" or "The Innovator?" Check out this infographic about Job Search 101.
The application process for many entry-level jobs is straightforward, like simple addition. Applying for higher-level jobs is more complicated, like navigating the multiplication table. The hiring process in some industries can seem like advanced calculus. If you don’t follow the multi-step application process, you will not be considered for an interview.
Advice given to job seekers older 40 is also useful for younger job seekers.