How to find your dream job

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Finding a job online can sometimes be just like online dating. It has become simple for you to just go online, whether you do this through the use of the computer or your phone, and easily find any job. However, the difficult task is finding your ‘dream’ job.

A dream job is one that will give you great job-satisfaction, but it is also one that pays a salary that can cover your needs as well as your wants.

But this kind of job can be very challenging to find…

Here are a few tips to help you find the job that will match your desires:

When you are looking for a job, before anything else, you need to be clear about what you are looking for. For instance, if you are looking for a position in the medical field, you need to be clear about what you are looking for. Do you want to be a Nurse? A Pharmacist or a Medical Representative? You need to be clear on your goals, so that it can become much easier for you to find what you are looking for.

This leads you to the second step which is to ensure that you have the right qualifications and experience to do this job. Medical careers are one of the many careers that demand experience and qualification. With the right qualifications and experience, you can be ‘demanding’ with your salary (within limits of course).

Qualifications and experience are the traits that you will need to find your dream job.

Another thing about dream jobs is that, they require time and patience to find. In order for you to have the right experience and qualifications, you need to study. These days, a degree isn’t enough. Try by all means to get more knowledgeable about your career choice. You can get certificates, honours and even masters.

Then there is the experience. When you start out in your career, your mentality should be set on acquiring as much experience as possible. In medical careers, before you get into the working environment you get the chance to practice in the field.

This is an amazing opportunity because you get the chance to experience the career even before you can start earning a salary. This prepares you for the future and when you go for your first official interview you have enough experience to prove that you can really do this job.

You can find your dream job in South Africa, all you need is determination, experience and qualification, especially for medical careers.

Are you looking for medical jobs in South Africa? Visit the Job Mail website for medical careers and other ideal jobs in South Africa.

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23 Responses

  1. SHADRACK TLOKOTSE MMASEEME says:

    I am working and stil looking for a new job.

  2. Mthokozi says:

    I’m looking a job as a semiskilled boilermaker I have 5years experiance Genrec engineering is my privious employeer.my nr is 0796175801

  3. Jeanneth Mlambo says:

    Good day, I am Jeanneth Mlambo, I looking for the Logistics Administrative position and I have 2 years working experience in Logistics Department.

    I have done all this namely:
    – Procure goods
    – Shipping of goods
    – Preparing Payments of invoices
    – Preparing Purchase Orders
    – Waybill preparation
    – Negotiate with suppliers
    – Maintaining relations with suppliers
    – Registering of invoices to avoid duplicate of payment

  4. donald says:

    Thank you for the tips. I was studying IT (programming) at college. I was doing practical, then the theory part. It is difficult to get a job of my dreams, even an internship. So what can I do to impress the companies to get a job or internship?

    • Henno Kruger says:

      Hi Donald – Offer to work for free or for minimal pay to build up experience or look around for part time jobs that you can do.

  5. Haven’t found anything just as yet but would like to find a job in diesel mechanics as an apprentice. I love getting my hands dirty and my goal is to open up my own business in time. Please if you can assist me I would highly appreciate it.

  6. Sphiwe says:

    You are just on point. We all want success. I want to succeed and get a good job that pays a good salary, and that satisfies me, my needs and my wants.

    I want a good life to and enjoy it. Yet, the big challenge for some of us (who only have matric and no other qualification or skill) is that we can’t get our dream jobs due to our lack of skill and education. We also hardly pursue our dreams because after matric we have to try and get any job we can possible get, because our families can’t afford to take us to tertiary schools. It’s even harder for those who don’t have matric. That’s why you find many of us working general and unprofessional jobs, because life must go on or else we’ll starve.

    I have passed my matric with merit in Newcastle in 2002. I have tried to get bursaries (I still try to get them today), but I have never gotten one – not even a promise. That’s where I chose to live in the now and today. I just accepted that maybe this is the life God has set for me – not to succeed even I have smart brain. We do general jobs to prevent ourselves from starving. We just ignore successful people when they call us names and look down on us… life turns like s wheel.

  7. Raymond Sekome says:

    Good day.I have been applying for Health and Safety job,almost a year now but still unemployed.I do have 4 Years experience.My Experience comprises:Drafting of Safe work procedures.Do Risk assessment.Incident report and investigations.Do safety checklist inspections.Document control and Implementations of Health and Safety legislations.Root causes of incidents.I am ready to start low in a Safety Health and Environmental field.My Number is: 073 886 7342

  8. tlou says:

    Hi. I’m still looking for a job as a dump truck operator or assistant.no experience. Please assist me if you can.

  9. Joshua phelembe says:

    Hy im a semi-skilled electritian and im looking for a job i have 2 to 3 of exeperience .if theres a position id like to be short listed.thanks

  10. Vusumuzi Tshabalala says:

    I am an intelligent Production Chemical Manufacturing Supervisor for ten years.Managed and Controlled the stores and warehousing.Very influenial in implementing SHEQ system,ISO and Hira.An excellent manager,communicator,leader,supervisor,motivator and a great thinker.Please help its been three years now looking for employment.

  11. Vuyiseka ntaba says:

    Hi im Vuyiseka and im 26years female,i have
    a 3years experience as Cashier,6mnths as a
    sales angent.if you have any positions for me
    please dnt hesitate to let me knw.thank you.

  12. Meriam says:

    Hi,i am currently unemployed,stil looking for a feld to feed in,i have passed my matric in 2005,then i went to study data capturing @ boston busisness college,then i worked as a factory operator @ laboratory for one year,i then study call center but nw i dnt get any job,i keep on posting my cv to many ads but they dnt hire me,wht must i do,it has been 6 years nw since i was looking for a job,plz help

  13. Sandisiwe says:

    Hi I am currently unemployed. I am en Enrolled nurse with no experience. If u have post please do not hesitate to contact me I am available immediate. Thank you.

  14. Thandeka says:

    Hi, my name is Thandeka. I’m currently would like to apply for any kind of a job, but I have worked as a cashier before. So, any news? Please inform because I’m suitable for any job, thank you

  15. simphiwe says:

    Hi my name is simphiwe im a boilermaker but I havn’t got experience yet im un employed; I am looking for a semi skill boilermaker job please help if u can my number is 0738700785

  16. Freddy says:

    Hi Job Seekers,
    Genrec Engineering is currently looking for Boilermaker’s and Experienced Semi-Skilled with qualification’s to fill the available positions immediately.
    To Apply please send your detailed CV with attached documents by email to khumalolf@gmail.com or fax to 011 827 1733

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