How to start a new career
Take a sheet of paper and write that you are satisfied at the same workplace, and what you would like to get rid of. For example, you like to work with people or you arranged a flexible schedule of activities. Next, write down a rough list of occupations that would be of interest to you and whatever you were competent.
If you were not satisfied with the absence of a career opportunity, then be especially careful about this issue during the interview with the employer.
Think about how you can increase the level of competence in the area in which you are ready to start a newcareer. Consider offers on labor exchanges, on the Internet, in newspapers about various courses, trainings, seminars, etc. and take an active part in them.
Evaluate all the positive aspects (responsibility, accuracy, mobility, interpersonal skills, etc.) and send your resume to those organizations that interest you.
If you have an interview lined up in advance, think carefully about your appearance and demeanor. Try to look neat and modest, in any case, do not wear outfits with too much cleavage or too short a skirt, as in many organizations, there is a certain dress code. Better emphasize your professionalism and ability to competently and safely engage in dialogue with the employer.
If there is such an opportunity, take reference letters from previous jobs.
In any case, don't speak negatively about a former employer, don't criticize his style of management team. It will only emphasize your quarrelsome nature, and the head is unlikely to want to have in your enterprise such employee.
If you are hired, try to join the team as soon as possible. Do not impose your opinions in a new team for you. It is better to ask about the already established rules and traditions.
Do not refuse additional work that offers you to perform the leadership of the company. It will be able to evaluate your desire to work a lot, your activity, which can later help you in your career.
Show correctness and tolerance, do not enter into conflicts in a new place with other employees. Contact experienced colleagues for advice more often.
Try to be punctual. No employer will like the situation when employees are lazy, not obligatory, are late for work or too often take sick leave.