5 Questions to Help You Decide Which Job Is Right For You

May 26, 2015

Career Advice


It’s almost impossible to determine exactly which industry, which company, and which position will make you happy, keep you motivated, and inspire you for years to come. But doing a bit of soul searching can help and make you feel more in control of your career.

Take some time to answer the following five questions. Write down your answers, look for the connections, and discover a more clear vision about what you’re looking for in a career, in a company, and in the day-to-day activities of your job.

As you search and apply for positions, revisit this list. If it doesn’t meet your criteria, move on. Being clear about what you’re looking for can not only help you ensure happiness when you do land a job but it can also help you land a job in the first place. If you’re passionate and can clearly communicate your wants and needs, you’ll be able to better represent yourself as the perfect candidate.

1. What did I like about my past positions?

2. What did I dislike my about past positions?

3. What are my most unique skills?

4. What accomplishments made me most proud?

5. Where do I want to be career-wise in five years?

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About Spectrum Brands Careers

Spectrum Brands is a global $5 Billion Consumer Products company headquartered in Middleton, Wisconsin. While you may not be familiar with the Spectrum Brands name, there is no doubt you will recognize some of our brands.

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