In the last few weeks, we have been hearing the term “quiet quitting”. Apparently, employers want to retaliate with “quiet firing”….but what is quiet firing? We will discuss what quiet firing is…what it is not…and how it can affect you in the workplace and your career.
That’s all for this week! Be sure to check out the other action steps in the Career Change Action Steps Series. And, as always, feel free to reach out if you have any questions or need help getting started on your career change journey.
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In a series we’ve explored what you want to do with your career and if you’re willing to change then ways you can start going about changing of the a career of your choice. In part 1 & 2, I talked about how to figure out your next career if you’re looking for a change. Part 3.1 talks about going the entrepreneurial route. Now, I’m talking about your possible career track in part 3.2.
The series talks about how you will use all of the information that you’ve written down in part 1 and 2 took yet your career tools such as your resume, cover letters, letter of recommendation and other pieces in your professional portfolio. If you are not sure what I’m talking about, then you can check out the resource for getting a portfolio completed by going here.
I understand that some of you are dealing with some difficult circumstances with your finances right now. I want you to know something…you are in control of your own career and your income. If so, it may be time to revamp your career. The good news is that there are plenty of ways to do this, and you don’t necessarily have to go back to school or start from scratch. Here are a few ideas to get you started:
1. Find a new job in the same field. If you’re unhappy with your current position, look for another job in the same field. This can be a great way to get a fresh start without having to learn entirely new skills or switch fields entirely. Sometimes, the best way to revamp your career is to switch fields entirely. If you’re not happy with your current industry, look into other options. You may be surprised at what you find.
3. Consider entrepreneurship. Are you the type of person who likes to be in control? If so, entrepreneurship may be the perfect way to revamp your career. This option allows you to be your own boss and set your own hours, giving you the freedom to work on something you’re passionate about.
4. Go back to school. If you want to make a complete career.
In the series, we will explore several phases of the career revamp. We will start off assessing where you are now.
1. What are your current skills?
2. What is your knowledge base?
3. Do you have experience with one or several industries?
This Career Revamp starts with assessing where you are right now during these difficult times. If you need your resume updated or redone or other career strategy services, go to go here.
In light of the pandemic, the Coronavirus which has spread all over the world, we are all directly affected in one way or the other. You are either have been sent home from work or school or have your independent work decrease or disappear with all the changes. We have to be careful and follow the directives of washing hands for at least 20 seconds often and practicing social distance.
In doing so, you may also have some time at home to finally start working on your new career change to work from home or that online business. If you are looking to get your career change in gear, go here.