How to Prepare for a New Career

The New Year is almost here and some of us are headed onto a new career path. Sometimes it is by choice or others times its beyond our control like being laid-off. Regardless, starting a new career is an exciting opportunity especially in this technological age. There are a variety of resources to get you started in your new career; here are several ways to get prepared for a new career:

Use your Experience

Your past experience will help you do well at your new career. For example, if you have been a customer service rep for many years those skills can easily be utilized in a role of an outside sales professional. Relate what you have learned to what you are going to do and the adjustment won’t be tough.

Research and Read

Compile resources on your new career: websites, industry sites, books, marketing material; those are a few things you can use to build your knowledge and grow. As you progress further continue to read more and stay up-to-date on your industry.

Learn on the Job

You can learn from doing and observing! Asking questions and applying what you continue to learn on the job are key points to getting better.

Published by Brian Trota

Brian Trota was born and raised in Toronto. He is a certified Career Coach with a specialization in network growth and job search planning. He's also a published author with a special interest in career development. He founded Your Dynamic Career in 2018 with the desire to help people find a better job and create better career paths. He is currently completing his first ebook. He is based in Brantford. You can contact him directly at:

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