Are you currently looking for a change of pace? Maybe you’re tired of your current employment and looking for a new opportunity. The truth is there are so many jobs out there, the choices are almost limitless which can make it really hard to decide on what’s going to be best for you. Whether you’re just leaving High School or have been working for a while, here are some industries that might interest you.
1. Owning Your Own Business
I’m self employed and frankly I’d struggle to go back to a traditional working environment. I love that when I work harder and business is busier, I reap the benefits. When I worked in an office environment it didn’t seem to really matter how hard I worked as my pay didn’t really change year to year, and while my efforts were appreciated I felt like I didn’t see the tangible results in my day to day life. Of course running your own business isn’t all sunshine and roses, and it can be very hard to find a business that will be profitable. As such, many people prefer to dip their toes into franchising as it’s a wonderful middle ground between starting your own business, but also having a wealth of resources to get you started. With franchising you’ll be given all the contacts and information you need to ensure a successful business.
2. A Moving Company
Do you enjoy driving? Do you take pleasure in helping people and supporting them through challenging aspects of their life? Moving can be one of life’s most stressful events, there’s a whole emotional aspect to moving, but also the physical aspect of moving one’s possessions from one place to another can be quite exhausting. By working for a moving company you will be able to help relieve the pressure of people, while ensuring that their possessions get from one place to another safely. I personally really love driving, especially if I can put a good Podcast on and listen to it on the way to my destination. If you want to learn more about a wonderful moving company, please check out https://www.mybekins.com/
3. Working With Vulnerable Communities
There are people in our communities that are often forgotten about and left behind. This is very sad because the most vulnerable are often the ones who are forgotten in some way. If you’re interested in doing meaningful work that makes a difference to your community, why not consider working in an environment that makes a difference to the vulnerable populations. This can include the elderly, immigrants, children from low income or broken homes or single mothers. You can work in paid positions, or you can even look into volunteer work, choosing to dedicate your free time to help those who need it the most. One of the companies I find really interesting is SeniorsForSeniors.ca, they employ older people to help care for people who are in their golden years. It creates such a special bond because the carers can relate to their patients and help give them some of the independence and support they might be missing in their day to lives.
When searching for a new job, you should find something that interests you and will allow you to leave work each day feeling like you have made a real difference. I’m sure you will feel that way with any of these options!