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How To Determine If A Job Is A Good Fit For You

Has this ever happened to you? You come across a job description that sounds pretty intriguing. However, once you read more into it, you start to wonder if it's the right fit for you.

Well, how exactly do you figure that out? The answer to this isn't as hard as you may think.

The best way to know if a job is right for you is for you to get very honest about what you can offer as a job candidate.

Not sure how to do that? That's totally fine! The truth is, many people aren't sure how to go about figuring out if a job is a good fit for them, so you're not alone.

Here are three simple steps to get you thinking about whether or not that job would be a good fit.

Understand Your Natural Strengths

It's important to know what skills you naturally have when looking at potential jobs.

Take some time to map out what you're good at. Are you great at managing projects? Do you like working with people?

Once you figure out what your natural strengths are, you should leverage them in your job search.

Not sure what your natural strengths are? Don't worry! This free quiz will help you figure out what strengths you have and how you can effectively use them at your job.

Inventory Your Skills

Now that you've identified your natural strengths, the next step is to catalog the hard skill sets you already have.

Hard skills are the job-specific skills that are necessary for you to do a job.

Examples of these skills include email marketing, customer service, project management, and database management.

Look at your previous jobs and find out which skills you've gained. Then, figure out which ones you like using the most.

Now that you know which skills you like using, you'll be able to focus on searching for jobs that let you use those skills daily.

Identify Companies You Admire

Once you've identified your natural strengths and the hard skill sets you have, it's time to pick some companies you admire.

Knowing which companies you admire and respect will help cut down the number of ill-fitting opportunities you run into during the job search.

This process is often referred to as "building your company bucket list."

By creating a company bucket list, you're creating a list of companies to target in your job search. This will help you identify key opportunities you may want to pursue.

Creating this bucket list also helps you further understand a company's values, beliefs, company culture, and goals.

Now that you have this bucket list, you can reference it when looking for job opportunities.

There are many factors that come into play when deciding if a job is a good fit for you. That's why it's so important to find a job that let you play up your natural strengths and hard skill sets.

Whether you're looking for a new job, or you're thinking about changing jobs, it's important to understand these key concepts when looking at a job description.

If you need help crafting a great resume that displays your hard skill sets well, or want to change jobs but aren't sure how to go about it, Work It Daily can help you today!

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