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There are many ways to research a career — including searching for roles and comparing salaries on SEEK, attending careers expos, researching company review sites and browsing company websites — but the picture is not complete without also talking to workers directly.
Helen Green, director of career development organisation Career Confident, says the first step is to take stock of people you know. Green also recommends casting your net wider and contacting people you do not know.
Before meeting, Green advises researching the person to avoid wasting time on unnecessary questions, and practising concisely talking about yourself and your career aspirations. She says it is important to be mindful of the time and stay on topic but also be prepared to share your own insights too, if appropriate. People are often busy and distracted.
Remember that they are doing you a favour. Never be pushy or you might be remembered for the wrong reasons. Ultimately, Green says it is a good idea to talk to at least three different people in the industry or career you are hoping to pursue. Career Advice E. Explore careers Job hunting Working life. Working life Progressing your career. Hi there. Progressing your career See all. The 6 most cringeworthy networking moves. The 5 bad habits to leave behind in Explore related topics.
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