How to Get A Job – A Brand New You

Let’s take a look at how to get a job and create a brand new you! 

It can get confusing when thinking about a career change, looking for a new job and making applications for roles that you believe will further your career.
If you don’t know what you really want and don’t understand the best way to look for a job, you could waste a lot of time and effort and the entire process could end up deflating your confidence level and sapping your energy.
So what can you do about it?  In order to make a successful career change and, if you do it right, secure your Dream Job, you must sharpen your axe and create a strategy for success.
In this interview with Ryan Rhoten, podcast host of A Brand New You, I discuss every essential step you must take to ensure a smooth and pain-free career transition.
Yes, you can make the job search process enjoyable and empowering.
Find out how by clicking on this link to listen now …


A little bit about me and why I was interviewed on Ryan’s show:
I’m an author, podcaster and a career management coach who specializes in career transition coaching.
With over 15 years of experience, I’ve provided career transition coaching to over a 1,000 business professionals across Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Europe.
I’m passionate about helping executives through the emotional roller coaster of a career change while at the same time working with them to create a roadmap to their dream career.
I enjoy blogging regularly for the Huffington Post in Australia and have been featured in numerous high profile magazines and newspapers including The Sydney Morning Herald, Australian Women’s Weekly and The Courier Mail.
I host a career podcast called Jane Jackson Careers where I provide career advice and interview inspiring entrepreneurs.
My book, Navigating Career Crossroads – How to thrive when changing direction is an Amazon Australia #1 bestseller, and will help you confidently take control of your career and secure your dream role in 7 essential steps.
The Best ways to get in touch with me:
LinkedIn: Jane Jackson
Book: Navigating your Career Crossroads
Twitter: @JaneCareerCoach



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