NEW CA­REER OP­POR­TU­NI­TIES, NEW BE­GIN­NINGS

Hills Gazette - - SPORT -

A LARGE per­cent­age of our lives are spent work­ing, so it is im­per­a­tive that you end up in a job that is ful­fill­ing not only fi­nan­cially but men­tally and emo­tion­ally. With many of us jump­ing into a job at a young age be­fore we have even reached our twen­ties, many work­ers of­ten feel trapped in later years re­al­is­ing the ca­reer they chose is not right for them. No mat­ter how far along you are into your work­ing life, there are a great va­ri­ety of train­ing op­tions and cour­ses avail­able to up­skill and open doors to ex­cit­ing new ca­reer op­por­tu­ni­ties, from Univer­sity and Tafe cour­ses to Ap­pren­tice­ships, And for those un­sure of where to start there are ca­reer ad­vice from agen­cies such as Train­ing WA and Ca­reer Cen­tre, which are run by the State Gov­ern­ment. The first step in find­ing the right ca­reer is to delve into your in­ter­ests and seek ca­reer ad­vice to de­ter­mine what jobs you are best suited to. Whether you are a trades­per­son, doc­tor, hair­dresser, shop as­sis­tant or bank teller, many skills you al­ready pos­sess can be trans­fer­able to other in­dus­tries. How­ever, a level of train­ing and qual­i­fi­ca­tions are of­ten needed. Don’t let an­other year of dis­sat­is­fac­tion in the work­place bring you down and en­rol in a course to­day to start your new be­gin­ning.

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