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Find the Right Job at Interlink
Answering the question "Which career at Interlink is the right one for me?" is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. Use our online tool to discover the right job for you. Ask yourself the following questions and answer them as completely and openly as possible. We'll then do our very best to find the right job for you in our group of companies.
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What kind of work has given you the most satisfaction thus far? Why was it satisfying? Keeping in mind that we often receive confirmation of our gifts through the feedback of others, think about praise you’ve gotten in the past.
What have your life experiences, past work and education qualified you to do?
Are you a morning person or more of a night owl? Do you perform well under stress and tight deadlines, or would a slower pace suit you better? Do you enjoy dressing up for work, or would you love a job where you could wear jeans? Is flexibility that allows for maximum time with family a priority right now, or are other concerns more important? How much time do you want to spend commuting between home and work? If you have specific standards in this area, the right job has to meet them.
Perhaps you aren’t quite qualified for the next right job, but you’re ready and willing to do what it takes to get there. Know your limits before moving forward, and don’t set your sights on a job that will require effort you’re not willing to expend.
It’s not the right job if it will derail you from your long-term career goals. However, this doesn’t mean the right job has to be your dream job. If a temporary job allows you to stash some cash for your “Great American Novel Adventure,” it could very well be the right job for you right now. By the same token, that high-paying, high-stress, high-visibility job could be all wrong if you’ll be doing something you hate, or if the time commitment doesn’t allow you to further your personal development.
It’s hard to be happy when you’re worried about meeting basic living expenses, but loads of cash and a stressful job with unpleasant activities aren’t that great, either. How much money do you need for the lifestyle you desire?
No job is perfect, so where are you willing to compromise? Would you accept lower pay for more fun at work? What about the risk of joining one of our startups for the opportunity to learn the hot new skills in your field?
Why do you want to work for Interlink?