My Perfect Day at Work

As I’m currently looking for a new job (Want to know if I’m fitting for any postions you have open? Check my page!), I’m thinking a lot about what my perfect normal work day would look like.

Actually that is what I want to know if I see an open position “What would my day look like?”. A crazy amount of companies is looking for the “all in one” employee with 10 years of experience, at least two years in other countries, a Master or Bachelor degree in economics and/or computer science, preferable under the age of 30, native language + english fluent, french, spanish and chinese would be an advantage,… the list goes on. This person will not be found.

I’d rather read what you imagine my work should look like in your company!

So here is how I imagine “my perfect normal day at work”.

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Was Stellenangebote beschreiben – und was Jobsucher verstehen

@karrierebibel hat diesen hübschen Spiegelartikel lobend bezwitschert:  Was Bewerber schreiben – und was Personaler verstehen.

Jochen Mai, der für karrierebibel twittert (übrigens in der Regel sehr lesenswert) schrieb auf meine Nachfrage was an dem Artikel so begeistert habe:

Humorvoll. Pointiert. Originell. Übersichtlich. Inspirierend. Fokussiert. Hilfreich. Appelliert an die Intelligenz des Lesers

Ich find die 140 Twitter Zeichen für eine sinnvolle Auseinandersetzung damit ‘n bisserle kurz, aber ich bin halt auch sprach-affin.

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