Careers Advice

Whether you’re looking for a new career or trying to progress in your current one, quality advice can give you the information and support you need. Being in a career that you enjoy and where the work interests you, can have a very positive effect on your wellbeing.

Trying to begin a career, or change your career can be a stressful time in your life. Here at the Wellbeing Hub we’ve collected useful web links to help point you in the right direction, so that you can go further in your career and reach your goals. There are a variety of ways you can improve your employability and professional profile. For example, work experience and gaining extra qualifications.

When applying for a job you will need to fill in an application form and/or submit a CV. These are documents where you display the skills and attributes that make you an ideal candidate for the job. It is important to remember that every job is different, requiring different skills. It is advisable to adapt your CV depending on the role you are applying for.

See the resource list for links on how to write effective CV’s and application forms.

Work life can also be particularly stressful, predominantly during busy periods. If you need work related stress advice you may wish to visit our Stress page.

You can get more career advice from, or by giving them a call on 0800 100 900.

If you are confused on what career path is right for you, you can take a quiz on what career best suits your personality.

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