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Changing jobs: one of the most stressful things you will do in your lifetime

12th March 2014

According to many, one of the three most stressful things in life is changing your job. So why not let a recruiter minimise the stress for you?

The average person will change jobs for one of three reasons:

1.       Professional – This is a change based on the want to further your career and experience new responsibilities.

2.       Situational – This change may be due to working hours or commute.

3.       Personal – You want to make an emotional change and make a change in your working relationships.

But at a senior level we know it might be a more complex equation. We know that you are career driven and will only move for the right job with the right prospects, whilst still meeting any situational or personal requirements. The right job for you might therefore only come around every 6 to 12 months and when it does it is important that you are front and centre of the pack.

Undertaking your job and proactively keeping an eye out for that all important opportunity can be challenging – not to mention time-consuming, whilst you continue to excel in your current role – so why not hand over the task to an expert?

The job of a recruiter is to find you the role that is a perfect fit; and that’s what we do, day in, day out. We know your market and we will get to know you, allowing us to dig out all the appropriate roles that fit your needs.

Better still, when you land that perfect role and it comes to negotiation you can take a step back and let the recruiter act on your behalf. They do this on a regular basis and will always aim to get the best outcome for you. They are trained and experienced to enable them to be your best advocate in this process.

So make your career advances be the best and least arduous.

Contract in skills to help you in the task. 

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