NEW CAREER OPPORTUNITIES, NEW BEGINNINGS
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.