I know, most job search processes are taking long, and only a few can be lucky enough to sprint through it in a couple of weeks. And, as hard as it might be to believe, the time you’re spending as a job seeker does not always correlate with how good or bad of a candidate you are. But how to keep yourself motivated and going? I’ll try to share my experience. Continue reading “6 Ways How To Keep Yourself Motivated During Job Search”
13 Lessons I Learned From The Job Hunting Process
Being a job seeker is nothing new to me, however, I have never been one outside Latvia. Looking for a job in the UK brings the job hunt to a whole new level, as I have to work hard to prove that my skills and experience is comparable and valid. As much as I prepared myself for this challenge in advance, there are things you can only learn in the process. Continue reading “13 Lessons I Learned From The Job Hunting Process”
Looking For A Job Is A Full Time Job
It’s Sunday, and I’m glad about that. However, I’m not very thrilled it’s Monday tomorrow. Back to work… wait! I have no job, I’m unemployed, so what is this about? Turns out – looking for a job (especially in a country you just moved to) is a full-time job! Yes, I have flexible hours, I can take a day off if I like, I mostly ‘work from home’, but I don’t get paid and it takes so much energy. Let me tell you more! Continue reading “Looking For A Job Is A Full Time Job”
Looking For A Job In Manchester
As you know now, I have been crazy enough to have made a decision to move to Manchester from Riga. Just like anyone else, I need a proper full-time job to support myself, therefore one of the first tasks on my “Manchester project” list was to prepare myself for a job-hunting mission.
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