Doing what that matters is a great way to achieve job satisfaction if you are someone who loves to do things that affect the society positively. Working in the non-profit sector can be often a thankless one where nobody, other than the ones who are touched by your work, appreciates you. Though it doesn’t look that colourful at first, non-profit jobs can be more than what it is often visioned as. Working in a non-profit sector does not always mean there is no career development for you. Never let the thought cross your mind that it is only for the belief that you have in the organisation’s mission that is keeping you in the job. There are a lot of ways you can develop your career in the right direction if you have the understanding and the passion. There are a lot of things that you can learn and new skills you can gather along the way. And there’s more than that which will push your career up the ladder of success.
Everyday hundreds and thousands of contents are getting uploaded on internet. Competing with them in terms of search engine ranking & usefulness is quite challenging. Adapting to the changing algorithm (rules of promotion) and practices change quite frequently. But there are many fundamentals which remain constant and never changes.
While people thought, “who has a care in the world for a social cause on the internet?”several organizations proved this wrong by running the most successful campaigns. It is true that for something to go viral, creativity, intellect, and little bit of luck is vital. However, sometimes the exploded content is merely a great idea gone popular. This is definitely something non profits and other organizations seeking social change can do while crafting their content for online users.
A cover letter is an introductory dispatch. It is mostly attached with the resume, portfolio or any other demanded document for an approach to any job or admission in any organization. In the case of the job application, the major purpose of it is to pay response to any known vacancy or to probe about the possible designation. The cover letter basically sets an image of the person in front of the employers. It prompts out the commanding factors of the applicant. It is a formal document, but it is about the personal side of information of the career of the applicant. It also addresses the candidate’s career expectations.
Everyone wants to look back on their career and be proud of what they have accomplished. In order to achieve such a state of fulfilment, you will want to be the type of person who experiences explosive growth with your career earlier, rather than later.
My friend had just received a call from a potential employer and he was relieved that he does not have to get dressed in formals and meet the employer; rather there is an ‘easy’ telephonic round! But I gave him my word of caution that even though the effort of looking impeccably dressed up and travelling might be saved, there is lot of care that one must take for this round and prepare well.
Do you at times think that its time (mid-career professional) one either upgrades his/her learning and knowledge on the specific subject / theme, as one feels hitting a saturation point or believes that in-order to make a giant leap, a transition, subtle though, is a must to venture and learn more about a different yet related subject area. . If yes, this is an appropriate timing to select and apply for further studies.