You put in the work, did the research and sailed through the interviews – before you knew it, you landed that job which, on paper, perfectly matched your skills, aspirations the type of company you wanted to work for.
Except the role you’re working now is unrecognisable from the one you interviewed for. Perhaps you’re not getting the training you were promised, your day-to-day tasks aren’t close to what was advertised or the organisational culture doesn’t live up to expectations. Whether things were wrong from day one, or your role has gradually changed over time, you’re starting to feel unhappy with what your job has become, and perhaps a little panicked that you’re on a path you didn’t want.
So, what do you do now? Here’s three tips to get your career back on track.
We’ve got plenty of tips to help you update your CV, prepare for interviews and make an impression in your new job on our career advice page. Alternatively, you can get in contact with one of our expert recruitment consultants for a confidential chat about finding your next role.
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