Making your next career move

This section will assist you in making the right career move at the right time. Learn how to develop transferable skills and discover smart alternatives to permanent employment.
5 tips for achieving work-life balance
Technology has changed the way we live our lives. From the touch of a button we can order food, take a taxi and even go on a date.
When to take the next career step
The decision to change jobs or careers can be motivated by many factors. More often than not, the drive to change is prompted by dissatisfaction with one or more elements of an existing job. Consider the steps below to move your career in the right direction.
How to resign
Using the correct etiquette when you resign can strengthen your reputation as a trustworthy and considerate professional; helping to position you strongly for your next move. Find out how to do the right thing by your employer with the tips below.
Developing transferable skills
Transferable skills can be adapted between jobs; they are not specific to a single role. Building these skills greatly expands your career options because they have broad appeal to potential employers.
Most job seekers will experience a varied career path over their working life. Essential to making a career change of any scale a success is targeted research and thorough preparation.
It is important to have a balance between your job and the other areas of your life so you can be productive, healthy and happy both at work and outside of it.
Searching for the right role is a difficult task: a good one will utilise your skills, provide a salary you’re happy with and advance your career. But how often do you stop to consider the people you’ll be working with and the office atmosphere as well?