You might lack confidence in your capabilities and you don’t believe you have developed any transferable skills in order to make a career change. Maybe you have recently graduated and you have a limited professional experience, or simply you have been never offered a promotion. You have invested time and money in your professional education, and you wouldn’t like to sacrifice all of these and start somewhere else from the scratch. Now after just a few years you have noticed that the industry doesn’t meet your career development expectation but you don’t want to compromise your options by taking ad-hoc decision and moving into unknown.
- When looking for a new job you should decide whether you should keep looking for the opportunities within the industry (yes that is possible) or start exploring new alternative options.
- If you would like to stay in the industry, you need to find out what these opportunities are (what roles) and where you should apply for them (what companies) in order to be hired.
- If you are thinking about exploring job opportunities outside of the oil and gas sector, you are also probably unsure whether your skills and capabilities are sufficient enough to transition to another industry.
- Finally, in order to be successful in your job search process, you want to find out what new skills and capabilities you need to obtain in order to be hired regardless of whether you stay in the industry or seek some new opportunities elsewhere.
Despite your professional situation, you are in the right place. We are here to help you and guide you through the process. The career change and transition plans are the well-suited solutions to your problems. Apply now and regain your job security.