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50 ideas

  1. 1. • 50 Ideas • She could get into close contact with the organization she finds interesting and ask if they have a position that could match the skills. • She could engage her network to get in contact with the right people to hear about jobs. • She could engage her network to get in contact with the right people about which skills are needed and get trained. • She should ask herself what she really likes and why listens to her peer group even though she would like to start a different direction. • She should find a career counsellor that could help her finding out what she is truly interested in. • She could find a career counsellor to get herself into the right networks and contacts. IDEATE Challenge • She could rrange a meeting with her friends to talk about the her job search and that she is currently in a phase of transition and looking for a job matching her interest. • She could do an internship in all the areas that interest her to find out what she really likes. • She could narrow down the list organizations she potentially finds interesting, write them a nice mail and explain her mission in order to get in touch and ask for a meeting. • She could do a test to analyze her job skills required in the different industries. • She could quit searching for a job and go back to university because she knew what she wants to study at least. • She could quit searching for a job and decide to live an alternative lifestyle, like communitary agricultural living in an autarc association. • She could quit job searching in this specific field now and try a different field or industry. • She could quit job searching in this field and decide to found a family or arrange her cost of living together with her partner, friends or family. • How can the job seeker find a job both matching to her skills and her interests while deciding independently from what her peer group thinks.
  2. 2. • 50 Ideas… • She could start a job that is not matching her exact definition. • She could start a job that is well accepted by her peer group. • She could not care at all and do what she wants. • She could not pay attention to her skills and just start something that she really likes. • She could not start whatever she wants in a field that is not matching her skills. • She could clone herslef as one of the persons working in her dreamjob. • She could kill the person in her dreamjob and take their position. • She could found her own company and create a team herself and not pay attention to her peer group. • She could found a company with people from her peer group to show them all what she is interested in doing. • 50 Ideas… • She could buy all the companies in the world. • She could get all the education and training in the world so she is prepared for every kind of job and every position. • She could get work experience and skills in every kind of field and sector to be prepared and master everything. • She could buy all the companys her friends and peer groups work so they cannot influence her opinion anymore. • She could buy all media and news in the world to start a joint mass media influence campaign to change the image and perceivance of her desired job to influence what her peer group thinks. • She could bribe all the companys to hire her even though she don’t has the desired skills. • She could engage a mafia group to threaten all companys she wants t o work at but has no chance t get hired yet. • ….

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