HOW TO REMAIN RELEVANT

Remaining relevant and employable in today’s job market is hard work. And that’s assuming you know what you want to do for a career.

Just keeping up with the latest trends in your industry can be hard enough, let alone needing to keep your CV up-to-date and apply for jobs.

Finding the right job is hard too. And then there’s the interview, negotiations and career plans! It can be overwhelming.

It’s no wonder so many wonderfully talented software professionals struggle to find great jobs, communicate clearly about their own value and then do well in the interview process.

 

You need to remain relevant and employable if you want a more secure future.

 

The problem is you cannot rely on your employers to take care of you.

 

If you don’t take control of your own career – who will?

 

Sadly the answer is no-one.

The good news is it’s entirely possible to learn how to remain relevant and employable and to stand out from the crowd for the right reasons.

If you do a stellar job at remaining relevant then you may find the opportunities come directly to you. That’s certainly what’s happened to me. And that’s why I wrote this book.

Remaining Relevant Book Cover
Remaining Relevant Book Cover

In my book, Remaining Relevant and Employable, I share with you ideas on how to find good jobs, how to get control of your own learning, write good CVs and how to interview well.

The book covers the following:

  • How to find out what skills you need
  • How to find time to learn even when you’re busy
  • How to find good jobs
  • How to work with recruiters (or work around them if they’re not helpful)
  • How to prepare a good CV
  • How to rock an interview
  • How to accept a job like a pro

If you’re interested in finding out more about how to Remain Relevant and Employable then head on over to Amazon.

You can buy the book on – Amazon UK


Disclaimer

The book provides thoughts, ideas and insights on how to improve your chances of finding a great job. The reality is you may land a bad interviewer or nerves may take over, or you may simply not have the right skills just yet – success in finding a job is not guaranteed but by reading the book I am confident your chances will increase tremendously.