Everyone wants to make the right career move. It can be a lateral transition to something more fulfilling, or another step up on the career ladder. No matter what direction you chose on your professional path, below are some essential career resources to guide you along the way. 

1. Research Potential Career Companies

You can dive in deeper to reviews from top job posting sites like Indeed, Glassdoor, or Google Reviews. Pages like these allow you to see if your potential employer of interest is out there, which positions are open, and see how they rank among their peers by their current and former employees. 

2. See What is In Demand in Your Area

If you are unsure of where to even start your career path you can use a government site like the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics as a resource to find what jobs are trending in your area. The site also provides a handbook if you are starting or looking to change your career path. 

3. Education

Once you have decided on your next career move, check out Study.com for a few links and resources to find out what kind of education is needed. What you may have thought was an extensive program may not be. This will help you to cement the next step on your path. 

4. Compensation/Salary Guides

You want to have a resource to understand what you can expect in your career in terms of salary. Check out our own salary guides to help navigate expectations in the current job market and know exactly what to negotiate along the way. 

5. Find Perspective

Great advice is never hard to come by at Michael Page. Check out our advice section for additional career essential resources that discuss the good, bad, and the tricky about job hunting and recruiting. You can gain the perspective on the other side the job market and discover more tips and tricks to finding your perfect career. 

If you’d like to discuss the job search process even further, please feel free to reach out to one of our expert recruitment consultants today. 

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