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How to Transition into a New Industry

Are you stuck in a job you simply hate? If so, it may be time you thought about changing career paths. However, this can be easier said than done when you simply don’t know how to reach this goal.

In this blog, we’re going to look at some of the key steps you need to take to challenge yourself to break out of your current career rut and allow you to get onto make the transition into a whole new industry

1. Believe it will happen

Although you may have dreams of making it in a certain career, you need to have the inner belief that you’ll get there. You can’t expect others to believe in you when you don’t believe in yourself. Therefore, imagine yourself in the role and keep in mind that you will reach the end goal if you’re willing to constantly put the work in to make it in your desired industry.

2. Understand your transferable skills

Transferable skills are obtained throughout a career and personal experiences which can help shape an individual. These skills can then be applied to almost any career, despite never having any previous experience and may boost your chances of getting hired. Sharpening up these skills and making them known on your CV will allow you to branch into new industries that you may never have considered before. Some of the most common transferable skills include:

· Organisation

· Teamwork

· Leadership

· Research

· Analytics

3. Surround yourself with people in the field

If you’re serious about getting into a certain industry, you need to make yourself known. Research opportunities on how to meet professionals in the. Networking events are one of the best ways to meet professionals in a range of fields, however, social media platforms such as LinkedIn is also ideal to gain advice and potentially even find out about upcoming roles in certain industries.

4. Look at new education

Without the relevant experience, education could be the door to get you onto a new career path. You could take a short course to get some knowledge of the industry, however, studying a degree will make an excellent addition to your CV and allow you to become an expert in the field from the get-go. Not only will study give you some theoretical knowledge to help you progress in the industry, but also demonstrates a sense of enthusiasm and commitment. 5. Volunteer

Volunteering is the perfect way to obtain the relevant skills and capabilities that you haven’t been able to secure through your current career path. It is also a beneficial way of evaluating whether or not you’d be happy in this line of work, before committing to switch careers.

If you’re looking to change your career path very shortly, we hope this blog has given you some insightful advice to bear in mind to allow you to reach your career goals and make the transition with ease.

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