How do you pick the right Qrew, when you have several to choose from? What is the right fit for your skills and what you want to do for work? There are many first time job hunters, and experienced job hunters alike wondering how to pick the best fit for themselves. There are many factors to choose from such as hours, and pay, but here are some key points to think about as you decide which Qrew to join.
1. Environment. Where are most of your tasks going to be completed is definitely an obvious start Are you going to be inside, outside, in the shade most of the time, out in the hot sun? But the factors that some people do not really think about is how will their skillset be utilized the best? If you enjoy your job, then you will do better at it and your skills will constantly improve. We all usually have to start somewhere near the beginning when starting out, but looking to the next point will help you decide if you are inexperienced with the work that interests you the most.
2. Opportunities for Advancement. Nobody wants to get stuck in a job that they dislike with no room for advancement. Make sure to ask questions about advancement opportunities and whether they have mentor programs to help you create development plans. Most employers like prospective employees that care about advancement and are willing to work hard to advance.
3. Commute. Commute times are very important because gas prices fluctuate so much. The shorter the commute, the less time it takes to get to work, and the less money you pay for fuel. You can also limit more stress by having a shorter commute. Along with your work environment and advancement opportunities the cost saving aspect of shorter commutes cannot be ignored.
Location. Along with commute times, finding a job in an area where your cost of living is less can help you maximize your earnings by giving you margin between your expenses and what you earn. Choosing the “When” and the “Where” you want to work can help you maximize your time and allow to reach your potential because you work harder.