resume. Wednesday , May 24th , 2017 - 12:37:30 PM
I cant count the number of times Ive heard people talk about updating their resume when thinking about making a career change. If you are one of those people out there putting the polish on your resume as you are about to launch a job search for a new career- STOP. Your resume is not the place where you start your work on a career change. If you are simply looking for the same or similar position in another company, go ahead. There is a big difference between looking for a job and making a career change. Sure, at some point the process is the same and you will need to have a spiffy resume but its not the place to get started in making a career shift.
Heres what I am suggesting. Have an honest conversation with yourself. What do you want personally and professionally over the next few years? Go into great detail. Dissect everything from the role and compensation, to how long you are willing to commute and travel, to whether you are capable of sitting in a classroom or in front of a monitor to learn. Be frank and honest. Dismiss nothing. Then, take a discerning look at the picture. Sit on the opposite side of the desk and ask yourself, Would I think this candidate is qualified and the right person considering what it says on this document? Probably not at this moment but the beauty of a strategy is that you can alter the tactics to getting there. You can question the entire strategy before it becomes reality. Try it.
Objective: To obtain a position as a Senior Tax Consulting Manager that lets me utilize my excellent research and analytical skills.
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