Thinking Of Going Back Full-Time? Here’s What Could Help You

When it comes to your career, it’s only natural for things to change. When you’re a young professional, your career can often be the most important thing to you. But when you have a family, it can be natural that you then put your family first. So, a lot of the time, your career becomes a job, and you either go part-time or you stop working altogether. And that’s very normal when you just want to be around your family more than anything else. But what happens when your children are growing, going to school, and you want to look at the career options you have once again? Sometimes, you know that you’re ready to go back full-time. But when you’ve been out of work for a while, you wonder if this is even going to happen for you. So let’s take a look at some things can help you.


Getting More Experience

So first of all, one thing that may help you, is to build up your experience. So when you are at home, or when you’re working part-time, is there a key project that you can work on to help you? Sometimes, coming up with a project related to your career that you can add to your CV will help. You may not have the experience in a work setting, but you can create your own professional setting to help you to do this.

Starting Your Own Business

Another thing that you can do, is start you own business in your own time. Maybe you have a few hours a day to get something started? Then why not start off slowly and build up. Then, you could take this full-time when the time is right.


Increasing Your Education

Then, you may also want to think about boosting your education. A lot of the time, when you’re able to learn something new, and gain more skills that can help you in your career. Whether you want to do an online master in education in your own time to further your current field or enter a new one, or whether you want to do a vocational course to learn skills for a new field, this can work. When you boost your knowledge, it can open more doors for you.


Now, you’re also then going to want to think about ways you can network online to get opportunities. Think about building your LinkedIn profile here to help you. Then connect with people in your field to see what kind of opportunities may come your way.

Prove Your Worth

And finally, when it comes to applying for the the jobs that you’re interested in getting, you need to be able to get noticed. So, when it comes to pulling your resume together, or building your online profile, you need to be able to stand out to hiring managers. To do that, you need to show that you’re worth hiring. Don’t just say it. So make sure that you’re thinking of all the different things that you’ve done in the past and more recently to be able to get the full-time opportunity that you want.

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  1. Cheryl TimeToCraft (@CherylInTheUK) August 20, 2018 / 8:15 pm

    Great advice. No bad idea to keep looking for opportunities to add to your CV even if you don’t intend on going back. Never know when life may change. #MMBC

  2. Sally August 21, 2018 / 4:08 pm

    It’s a mind field of things to think about I should imagine. I also think for a lot of families it’s not an option not to go back to work after having children.


  3. Lisa Pomerantz August 23, 2018 / 4:45 pm

    This is great advice, I will share it with my Mrs., who is looking again now the the littles are getting big! Oy! #dreamteam xo

  4. Navigating Baby August 26, 2018 / 4:08 pm

    Great advice there. Something I am starting to think about. Thanks for being with us on the #DreamTeam

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