How to transition from being self-employed to being an employee
Finding a job after entrepreneurship
As a result of the Gig Economy, the nature of work has also changed. Today, the number of freelancers or that of the self-employed is significantly higher than ever before. If this is your case, you may face obstacles if you ever try to get back into the corporate lifestyle.
As employers do recognize abilities such as decision-making, management, creativity, and more in a self-employed person, they also tend to fret and frown. They question other details such as business profitability or your coachability. In other words, will you be open to learn their ways and follow their rules? Will you be “coachable”?
As you think of updating your resume, you may want to implement these ideas throughout your job search efforts. Regardless of the length of your self-employment, the right attitude and some planning hacks will help you find the ideal job a little easier.
Preparing your resume
Tips for Networking and Interviewing
Mandy Fard is a Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW, CMRW) and Recruiter with decades of experience in assisting job seekers, working directly with employers in multiple industries, and writing proven-effective resumes.