There are many considerations when making a job move; role and salary are just the beginning. Take a look at our quick tips to evaluating your new move, make sure you're fully prepared and understand your own drivers before sending in your application.
1. DRIVING THE CHANGE
Before you begin your job search make sure you are clear on the reasons for considering a new role. Identifying these drivers will make it easier once you come to reviewing job specifications and potential employers.
2. PACKAGE AND CULTURE
Job descriptions may sometimes be sparse, so ask plenty of questions to ensure you fully understand the role and package. Even the most enticing opportunities must meet your cultural objectives, so check out the environment, the commute and their company values before you jump in.
Think about the training and growth potential the company will offer you. A clear understanding of where you're heading is paramount to making a career move. Don't forget to ask about the company roadmap and their growth goals, to make sure they align with your ambitions.
4. PERSONAL CHANGE
What impact will this job move have on those closest to you? Consider any changes to your current lifestyle and how a job move might change routines and dynamics at home.
5. BE REALISTIC
Set expectations but be willing to be flexible for the right role.
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