Wearing Multiple Hats Gets The Job Done!

Part 15 of 19 in the Series: Success Principles
wearing multiple hats gets the job done!
wearing multiple hats gets the job done!

If you react negatively after reading a job description that requires cross functional skills, you may be throwing away a valuable learning opportunity!

Though the thought of working on a challenge outside your immediate area of expertise makes you uncomfortable, it will actually increase your value as a resource.

Information technology (IT) professionals are frequently asked to perform jobs completely different in nature from what they are hired or trained to do.

For example:

Can Certifications Take the Place of Experience?

Part 2 of 21 in the Series: Career Advice - Ask IT Career Coach
Certifications Or Experience Which Is Better?
Certifications Or Experience Which Is Better?

I have been in business development / sales side of the Financial Services Industry for the past 15 years.

I have worked as a VP for several Fortune 500 companies.

Due to the market downturn and layoffs, I find myself looking to other industries for stability.

I want to get into Software / Network Sales and wanted to know what is the best way for me to break into the Information Technology industry

Why Sales / Marketing Graduates Can’t Find Jobs After College?

Part 20 of 26 in the Series: Why Can't I Find A Job?

[Ask IT Career Coach] is a Career Advice Column for Information Technology (IT) professionals looking for answers to their most challenging career situations.

I get a number of questions along the lines of how to get a marketing and sales job after college from new college graduates who have a degree in marketing or sales and yet find it hard to get hired based on their college degree!

Why sales & marketing graduates can’t get jobs

Traditional Marketing and Sales Jobs expects skills in prospecting, cold calling, appointment setting, in-bound / out-bound sales, presentation and closing skills.

How To Become A Marketing and Sales Business Analyst

Part 8 of 20 in the Series: How To Become A Business Analyst
marketing and sales business analyst
marketing and sales business analyst

Granted, changing careers is challenging but you must learn how to believe in yourself before expecting employers to believe in and hire you!

Eleanor Roosevelt words; “the future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams” rings true for career changers.

Begin your career transition by first discovering yourself. Look for the gold in your career, put yourself in an employers shoes and transition from a position of strength. Finally, get your foot in the door at any cost ūüôā