Finding a career that’s the right fit can be complicated and stressful. You may wonder:
- Should I be in a job that’s more meaningful and fulfilling?
- Is this job the right fit for me? If not, what job might be a better fit?
- Why am I applying for so many jobs and not hearing back?
- Is the job I have a dead end street for me?
- Is it too late to change careers? How would I even go about changing careers?
- Does your job also have to be your passion? What if it’s just a paycheck?
- Should I leave my job if I don’t feel supported by my manager?
These questions were daunting enough before the coronavirus pandemic, but now with so many folks laid off, unemployment sky high, and businesses that may not re-open, we’re in a whole new economic landscape – one that may not be friendly to job seekers. You may find yourself with more questions than answers.
That’s where career counseling can help.
You may be actively applying for jobs right now, desperate to get an income again, and need help with your resumé, cover letter, interviewing, LinkedIn profile and the like. You may feel stuck in your job and be considering changing careers and wonder what else might be out there for you. Or you may be experiencing a different kind of career stress entirely – having an unsupportive boss or having trouble finding the meaning in your work. Career coaching can help guide you to a better career or help you transform your current environment into something that feels like a better fit for you.