No one knows you better than you do.
Be aware of your strengths and do your best to address your weaknesses. Online training portals can help you strengthen your skills and knowledge in a specific field or sector.
Your presence is key
You don’t get to know someone unless you meet them or hear about them. Do your best to attend conferences, networking events, workshops – whilst having the opportunity to learn and keep yourself updated, you will also get to meet other individuals who share the same interest (some of which could be your potential employers).
If it’s not online it doesn’t exist
A lot of people are driven by this thought and in fact, a lot of brands invest a lot in online marketing. The same mechanism can work for job seekers. Social platforms targeting business communities such as LinkedIn can help you get your name out there and make you easily reachable.
When helping helps
Every little bit helps. An internal referral tends to be the first thought which comes to mind when applying somewhere – even to at least give you the correct person to email your CV to. Recruitment agencies can provide you with that additional help since they would have already met your future employer and discussed the type of profile and the level of seniority in more detail.
VacancyCentre can be your long-term partner within recruitment given they assist candidates in various areas including Banking & Finance, iGaming, Legal & Compliance, IT, Administration and Sales & Marketing. Currently, they are assisting clients operating in a number of different sectors including Financial Services, iGaming, Telecom, Investment and more recently within Blockchain.