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  • Hey, ambitious professionals, it's linda Rainer of linda Rainer dot com guiding you to a career in life you'll truly enjoy.

    嘿,有抱負的專業人士,我是琳達-雷納點com的琳達-雷納,指導你在生活中找到你真正喜歡的職業。

  • Now if you are in a situation where you are thinking about accepting a job offer.

    現在,如果你正處於考慮接受工作機會的情況下。

  • First of all, congratulations.

    首先,祝賀你。

  • That is great news.

    這是個好消息。

  • Or you're just thinking about a certain type of job that you might want to pursue and you're not really sure whether it's the right one for you.

    或者你只是在考慮你可能想要從事的某類工作,但你並不確定它是否適合你。

  • Then today's video is all about that.

    那麼今天的視頻就是關於這一點。

  • I'm going to walk you through my best tips on what you need to consider questions that you need to ask yourself on whether or not this job that's available to you is the right one for you and whether you should accept it and move forward with it.

    我將向你介紹我的最佳建議,即你需要考慮的問題,你需要問自己這份工作是否適合你,以及你是否應該接受它並向前推進它。

  • So let's dive right in as a career strategist.

    是以,讓我們以職業戰略家的身份直接潛入。

  • I've had the honor of being able to help numerous ambitious corporate professionals just like you to land their dream job offers.

    我很榮幸能夠幫助無數像你一樣雄心勃勃的企業專業人士獲得他們夢想的工作機會。

  • And so if this is something that you're interested in working with me one on one, I can give you details about that.

    是以,如果這是你有興趣與我一對一合作的事情,我可以給你有關的細節。

  • At the end of this video.

    在這個視頻的最後。

  • Now, I understand how hard it is to really know if the job that you've just been offered or a job opportunity that you're being presented with is the right one for you.

    現在,我明白要真正知道你剛剛得到的工作或你所得到的工作機會是否適合你是多麼困難。

  • So I've come up with a list of six qui questions that you really want to ask yourself before you take the plunge and sign the offer and accept it.

    是以,我想出了一個由六個qui問題組成的清單,在你冒然簽下報價並接受它之前,你真的要問自己。

  • So let's dive right in question number one to ask yourself is are the duties and responsibilities in line with what I want to do.

    是以,讓我們直接進入問題一,問自己的問題是,職責和責任是否與我想做的事情相一致。

  • Now I've mentioned this before.

    現在我以前提到過這個。

  • The most important thing about a job offer is not the compensation, not the benefits or the location.

    工作機會最重要的不是報酬,不是福利或地點。

  • Although all those aspects are extremely, but what's really most important is the job itself, you need to ask yourself what exactly are the tasks and responsibilities that I'll be doing on a day to day basis?

    雖然所有這些方面都非常重要,但真正最重要的是工作本身,你需要問自己,我每天要做的任務和責任到底是什麼?

  • Do they sound exciting to me?

    它們聽起來讓我興奮嗎?

  • Do they sound like they're going to help me grow my breadth of knowledge and experience?

    他們聽起來像是要幫助我增長知識和經驗的廣度嗎?

  • Are these tasks and responsibilities going to give me a good foundation for the next position that I want to get into.

    這些任務和責任是否會給我的下一個職位打下良好的基礎,我想進入。

  • These are extreme important questions to ask because if a job is extremely repetitive and you're someone who does not enjoy doing repetitive tasks, then for sure you're going to be extremely bored and frustrated with this job very quickly and then you're gonna end up wanting to find a new one.

    這些都是要問的極端重要的問題,因為如果一份工作是極其重複的,而你是一個不喜歡做重複性工作的人,那麼可以肯定的是,你會很快對這份工作感到非常厭煩和沮喪,然後你最終會想要找到一份新工作。

  • But of course that's going to leave a black mark on your resume if you end up quitting too soon or if you end up getting laid off or fired because because you weren't performing because you didn't enjoy the role.

    但當然,如果你最終過早地辭職,或者如果你最終被解僱或被炒魷魚,因為你沒有表現,因為你不喜歡這個角色,這將在你的履歷上留下一個黑點。

  • So those are all things to consider.

    所以這些都是需要考慮的事情。

  • But it all stems from the question of what are the responsibility and tasks and you being sure that you understand and know what you have to do on a day to day basis.

    但這一切都源於什麼是責任和任務的問題,以及你要確保你瞭解並知道你每天要做什麼。

  • Question number two to ask yourself is does the job give me experience skills and knowledge that I can gain and leverage in the future if you are a true ambitious professional at heart then you are someone who does not want to end up in a dead end job.

    要問自己的第二個問題是,這份工作是否能給我帶來經驗技能和知識,讓我在未來獲得和利用,如果你是一個真正有雄心壯志的專業人士,那麼你是一個不想在死衚衕中結束工作的人。

  • And so this is a very important question to ask yourself because you have to understand whether this job that you're accepting is a dead end job, is it one where there's really no growth, there's nothing that you can really leverage to move forward in the future.

    是以,這是一個非常重要的問題,因為你必須瞭解你所接受的這份工作是否是一份沒有前途的工作,是否是一份真正沒有發展的工作,沒有任何東西可以讓你在未來真正利用起來。

  • You have to know that and you have to be honest with yourself about that.

    你必須知道這一點,你必須對自己誠實。

  • So the role that you are looking for, if you're wanting growth is one where you're going to learn key skills that are going to help you with more senior level positions later on.

    是以,如果你想要成長,你要找的角色是一個你要學習關鍵技能的角色,這將有助於你以後擔任更高級別的職位。

  • So key skills, whether it's technical, whether they're soft skill related, whether the skills in terms of soft skills are teaching you presentation skills, communication skills, collaboration skills, management skills, those are all extremely important and will be leveraged for the next future role and in terms of technical skills, you want to make sure that you're not just learning only one type of technical task and that's it and that's all you do every day all day, it should be one where hopefully you're gaining a variety of technical skills and you're able to specialize and hone in on them, so that when the time comes and when you're ready for that next position, you can take those hands on skills and apply them to the future role, so you want to make sure that this opportunity offers you that question number three to ask yourself, is is is the hiring manager or the person I'll be working with, someone I respect and seems respectable.

    是以,關鍵技能,無論是技術性的,還是與軟技能有關的,無論是軟技能方面的技能,還是教你演講技能、溝通技能、協作技能、管理技能,這些都是極其重要的,並將被用於下一個未來的角色,在技術技能方面,你要確保你不只是學習一種類型的技術任務,這就是它,這就是你每天所有的工作。它應該是一個希望你獲得各種技術技能的地方,你能夠專攻和磨練它們,這樣當時間到了,當你準備好擔任下一個職位的時候,你可以把這些實踐技能應用於未來的角色,所以你想確保這個機會提供給你,問自己第三個問題,就是招聘經理或我將與之共事的人,是我尊敬的人,看起

  • Now I know that this question can be a little bit harder to answer, a little bit harder to gauge because obviously you have not yet worked with the hiring manager, but this is where your intuition in your own inner guidance has to play a role and to help you leverage your intuition, there are some tactical things that you can do.

    現在我知道這個問題可能有點難以回答,有點難以衡量,因為顯然你還沒有與招聘經理合作,但這是你的直覺在你自己的內在指導中必鬚髮揮作用的地方,為了幫助你利用你的直覺,有一些戰術性的東西你可以做。

  • One thing is to look at linkedin, when we look at an individual's linkedin profile, we can potentially gain some perspective on that individual's personality or ambitions just by seeing how they've progressed in their career.

    一件事是看linkedin,當我們看一個人的linkedin資料時,我們可以通過看到他們在職業生涯中的進展情況,就有可能獲得一些關於這個人的個性或野心的觀點。

  • So assuming that their linkedin profile exists and that it's complete, take a look at this hiring managers linkedin profile and look to see if there's someone who is on the path that you want to be on.

    是以,假設他們的Linkedin檔案存在,而且是完整的,看看這個招聘經理的Linkedin檔案,看看是否有一個人正走在你想走的路上。

  • So maybe they've progressed gradually over the years and they've taken on more challenging opportunities and they seem to have done well for themselves throughout their careers, then there's a good chance that this person could be a good role model for you, we don't know for sure, but they could be a good role model for you, if that's also what you want for yourself, if you want to be able to learn from someone who is progressive, who has the ability to take on new, challenging opportunities and excel at them.

    是以,也許他們多年來逐漸進步,他們承擔了更多具有挑戰性的機會,他們似乎在整個職業生涯中都做得很好,那麼這個人很有可能成為你的好榜樣,我們不確定,但他們可能是你的好榜樣,如果這也是你對自己的要求,如果你希望能夠向那些不斷進步的人學習,他們有能力承擔新的、具有挑戰性的機會並在其中表現出色。

  • This is a clue to whether that person is the right person for you in terms of being you manager now, on the other hand, just because maybe they haven't progressed all that quickly and they've stayed in the same role for many years on their linkedin profile.

    這是一個線索,說明這個人現在是否適合做你的經理,另一方面,只是因為也許他們的進步不是那麼快,他們在linkedin資料上已經在同一個角色上呆了很多年。

  • If that's the case, that doesn't necessarily mean they're not ambitious and that they're not motivated to do well, it could mean that for whatever reason they've done very well in that position and they have been able to just stay in that position.

    如果是這種情況,這並不一定意味著他們沒有雄心壯志,也不意味著他們沒有做好工作的動力,這可能意味著,無論出於什麼原因,他們在那個位置上做得非常好,他們已經能夠僅僅停留在那個位置。

  • It's really hard to gauge from that perspective, where that person's mindset is whether they plan to move out of that role eventually or if they're planning to stay in that role continuously.

    從這個角度來看,真的很難衡量這個人的心態,他們是打算最終離開這個角色,還是打算繼續留在這個角色上。

  • I mean there's a lot to learn from that person as well, knowing that if they've been in that manager job for a while, then you know that you'll be able to learn a lot from them for that particular role that you're going to be working for them in, but you just want to get a sense.

    我的意思是,從那個人身上也可以學到很多東西,知道如果他們已經在那個經理崗位上工作了一段時間,那麼你知道你將會從他們身上學到很多東西,為他們工作的那個特定角色,但你只是想獲得一種感覺。

  • So all it is is just take a look at their linkedin profile, see how they've progressed, check them out and then you'll be able to make your own call as to how you feel about them now, if looking at their Linkedin profile isn't all that helpful.

    是以,所有這些只是看一眼他們的Linkedin資料,看看他們的進展情況,看看他們,然後你就可以自己決定你現在對他們的感覺如何,如果看他們的Linkedin資料並沒有什麼幫助的話。

  • Then another thing that you can do is to reflect back on the meetings that you've had with them.

    然後,你可以做的另一件事是回想你與他們的會面。

  • This is again where your intuition and your inner guidance comes in, reflect back on the conversations you had.

    這又是你的直覺和內心指引的地方,回想一下你的對話。

  • How did those interactions go?

    這些互動是如何進行的?

  • Did you feel that this manager was someone who is well informed, who was able to give you good information about the organization about the role and showed a genuine interest in you and working with you.

    你是否覺得這個經理是一個消息靈通的人,他能夠給你提供關於組織關於角色的良好資訊,並對你和與你一起工作表現出真正的興趣。

  • Did you feel a sense of, hey, I could work with this person, I feel good about this person or did you feel differently?

    你是否感覺到,嘿,我可以和這個人一起工作,我對這個人感覺很好,或者你有不同的感覺?

  • Because honestly our initial gut reactions and feelings can be very telling of what's to come.

    因為說實話,我們最初的直覺反應和感覺可以很好地說明將要發生的事情。

  • So you want to trust in yourself and you want to make sure that this person is somebody that I truly feel I can work with or even if they're not going to be my best friend, I can respect them and I'll be able to do the job.

    是以,你要相信自己,你要確保這個人是我真正覺得可以合作的人,或者即使他們不會成為我最好的朋友,我也能尊重他們,我也能完成工作。

  • But if you're finding that you're having a really bad feeling about this person, something is off.

    但是如果你發現你對這個人有一種非常不好的感覺,那就有問題了。

  • It just doesn't feel like they're being genuine.

    只是感覺他們並不真誠。

  • They may be hiding something maybe they're wanting to hire you because they're not able to keep the people in this role because the people in this role just can't stand them and for whatever reason you're getting a bit of that vibe listen to that?

    他們可能隱瞞了一些事情,也許他們想僱用你,因為他們無法留住這個角色的人,因為這個角色的人就是無法忍受他們,不管出於什麼原因,你都會有一些這樣的感覺,聽聽這個?

  • Just trust yourself and really feel your way through this question?

    只要相信自己,真正摸索出這個問題的方法?

  • Moving on to question number four is to ask yourself, is the company anyone that I can see myself working at from a culture, people, environment and distance perspective.

    接下來的第四個問題是問自己,從文化、人員、環境和距離的角度來看,這個公司是否是我可以看到自己工作的地方。

  • Every organization has their own culture, their own environment, their own type of people, personalities.

    每個組織都有自己的文化,自己的環境,自己的人的類型,個性。

  • And so obviously none of these are things that you can control, but these are things that you want to be aware of and prepare yourself for before accepting and going into the job.

    是以,顯然這些都不是你能控制的事情,但這些都是你在接受和進入工作之前想要了解和準備的事情。

  • So for example, from a culture and environment standpoint is this company, the type of company where collaboration is nurtured and working together and open communication is nurtured or is it one where they respect individual contribution.

    是以,例如,從文化和環境的角度來看,這家公司是那種培養合作、共同工作和公開交流的公司,還是那種尊重個人貢獻的公司。

  • So more so a type of company where you put your head down, you do the job and you're gonna be rewarded for that.

    是以,更多的是一種公司,你把頭低下,你做的工作,你會是以得到獎勵。

  • You really want to understand the dynamics of what your team is going to be like from that perspective and more so just the overall company, knowing what their culture work environment is like, is going to help you to understand whether it's the right type of environment for you.

    你真的想從這個角度瞭解你的團隊的動態,更多的是瞭解整個公司,知道他們的文化工作環境是什麼樣的,這將幫助你瞭解它是否是適合你的環境類型。

  • So obviously this is another one that's hard to figure out, but you just have to base it back on your reflections of the people that you've talked to.

    所以很明顯,這是另一個很難弄清楚的問題,但你必須根據你對你所交談的人的反映來確定。

  • So think back to those interactions that you had during the interview process with some of the employees at the company and ask yourself, do these people seem like people that I can get along with?

    是以,回想一下你在面試過程中與公司一些員工的互動,問問自己,這些人看起來是我可以相處的人嗎?

  • Do I feel like I can work alongside this particular person and that particular person, Does it seem like a friendly environment for me where I feel comfortable?

    我是否覺得我可以與這個特定的人和那個特定的人一起工作,對我來說,這似乎是一個友好的環境,讓我感到舒適?

  • Obviously it's hard to know fully, but if you spend a little bit of time just asking yourself and leaning into whether that's a yes or a no, you'll know the answer pretty quickly.

    顯然,這很難完全知道,但如果你花一點時間只是問自己,靠著這一點是肯定還是否定,你會很快知道答案。

  • For example, I knew someone who took a job offer that was given to her because she was tired of her current existing job and she wanted out and there were some red flags that she had experienced through the interview process.

    例如,我認識一個人,她接受了一個給她的工作機會,因為她厭倦了目前現有的工作,她想離開,而且在面試過程中,她經歷了一些紅旗。

  • She knew that it wasn't necessarily going to be the same environment that she had before, but she didn't realize that it was actually much worse than what she had before.

    她知道這不一定會是她以前的環境,但她沒有意識到這其實比她以前的環境要差得多。

  • What she found was that the work environment that she was in was one that was very much a Gentleman's club or boys club.

    她發現,她所處的工作環境是一個非常紳士的俱樂部或男孩俱樂部。

  • I don't know what you would call it, but essentially it was one where she just did not feel included and she kind of felt that way, even in the interview process, even though they wanted to hire her, she got this vibe that it wasn't one that she was going to love, she wasn't as excited for it.

    我不知道你會怎麼稱呼它,但從本質上講,這是一個她沒有感覺到被包容的地方,她有點感覺到,即使在面試過程中,即使他們想僱用她,她得到了這種感覺,這不是一個她會喜歡的工作,她沒有那麼興奮。

  • And honestly those are the types of feelings that you want to tap into.

    老實說,這些都是你想要挖掘的感情類型。

  • Do you feel excited?

    你感到興奮嗎?

  • Do you feel like it's a place that you can join?

    你覺得這是一個你可以加入的地方嗎?

  • Just Something spark within you that makes you really want to take on this role.

    只是你內心有一些火花,使你真的想承擔這個角色。

  • If you don't get those feelings listen to them, this is all part of the questioning process.

    如果你沒有得到這些感覺,聽他們說,這都是提問過程的一部分。

  • Question # five is the pay in line with what I'm wanting to make right now.

    問題五:工資是否符合我現在想做的事情。

  • Now I've talked a lot about the job and what you're gonna do and making sure that you feel comfortable with people in the environment and all of that.

    現在我已經談了很多關於工作和你要做的事情,以及確保你對環境中的人感到舒適,以及所有這些。

  • But obviously compensation is another key factor because if you are going to be underpaid in this position, then you're going to be underpaid for your next position, likely what you make right now or what you make next is going to determine the trajectory of what you're going to make later.

    但顯然報酬是另一個關鍵因素,因為如果你在這個職位上的報酬過低,那麼你在下一個職位上的報酬也會過低,很可能你現在的收入或下一個職位的收入將決定你以後的收入的軌跡。

  • It's just how it goes unfortunately.

    不幸的是,事情就是這樣發展的。

  • And so you want to make sure that you're not going to be underpaid that what they're offering you is in line with your skill set, your abilities, your qualifications for that particular position.

    是以,你要確保你的工資不會過低,他們提供給你的東西與你的技能組合、你的能力、你對該特定職位的資格相一致。

  • So just do a check the way you would do it is to ask around if you have friends in the same field, just get a gauge in a sense as to what is the market rate for someone like yourself, Talk to recruiters, do your research, find out what is it in your local area, companies are willing to pay for people with your skill set for that particular type of role.

    是以,你只需做一個檢查,如果你有相同領域的朋友,你可以四處打聽,只是在某種意義上衡量像你這樣的人的市場價格是多少,與招聘人員交談,做你的研究,找出在你的在地地區,公司願意為具有你的技能組合的人支付特定類型的角色。

  • You want to do all this research and understand if you're going to be making what you deserve and as long as that's there then you're good to go now.

    你想做所有這些研究,並瞭解你是否會賺到你應得的錢,只要這一點是存在的,那麼你現在就可以走了。

  • If you are finding that the role is underpaying you and it's offering you less than what you would expect for your skill set and ability and in your local area, then this is the time before accepting the job offer to negotiate.

    如果你發現這個職位給你的報酬很低,它給你的報酬低於你的技能和能力以及你所在地區的期望值,那麼在接受工作機會之前,這時候就應該進行談判。

  • You want to negotiate a higher salary.

    你想通過談判獲得更高的薪水。

  • And so if this is something that you're curious to know more about, you can check out my other video on how to negotiate your salary, go through that, take some notes and practice your approach to negotiation.

    是以,如果你想了解更多這方面的情況,你可以查看我的另一個關於如何談判工資的視頻,通過它,做一些筆記並練習你的談判方法。

  • Okay, We've hit the home stretch.

    好了,我們已經到了終點。

  • So the final question to ask yourself is is there a clear path for development and growth beyond this role?

    是以,最後要問自己的問題是,在這個角色之外是否有明確的發展和成長路徑?

  • Now you may think this one is similar to the other questions that we've already asked before on growth and development.

    現在你可能認為這個問題與我們之前已經問過的關於成長和發展的其他問題相似。

  • But what I'm trying to say here is you want to ask yourself if this role that you're going to be accepting is pretty much the only type of role that's really available, there's really nothing else beyond it.

    但我在這裡想說的是,你要問自己,你要接受的這個角色是否幾乎是真正的唯一類型的角色,除此之外真的沒有別的了。

  • So for example, if you're taking on an extremely specialized position and you know that there really isn't growth beyond that position, this is the highest that you can go.

    是以,舉例來說,如果你擔任一個極其專業的職位,而且你知道在這個職位之外真的沒有增長空間,這是你能做到的最高水準。

  • And this is the most specialized you can be and you'll still be able to find other jobs in other companies that are the same type of position, but they're not gonna be beyond this, then you just have to ask yourself if that's what you want.

    而這是你能做到的最專業的工作,你仍然能夠在其他公司找到同類型的工作,但它們不會超過這個範圍,那麼你就得問自己這是不是你想要的。

  • If you're okay with that.

    如果你能接受的話。

  • If you like being extremely specialized for example, I know that certain people are very technical, whether it's in certain fields like engineering or computers and they're very specialized in their specific areas.

    例如,如果你喜歡非常專業,我知道某些人非常有技術含量,無論是在某些領域,如工程或計算機,他們在其特定領域非常專業。

  • If you're okay with being specialized in staying in that type of role consistently, then go ahead and accept the position if that's what you're looking for.

    如果你能接受專門持續呆在這種類型的角色中,那麼就去接受這個職位,如果這是你所尋找的。

  • But if you're looking for a role that's going to pivot into more management opportunities, more responsibilities in different ways rather than just the technical, then you really want to ask yourself if this is the type of position that you're wanting to take because if it's not going to give you those types of skills and it's only going to focus on a certain type of skill set for you, then it can be difficult to make that move later on.

    但是,如果你正在尋找一個將轉向更多管理機會的角色,在不同方面承擔更多責任,而不僅僅是技術方面的責任,那麼你真的要問問自己,這是否是你想要的職位類型,因為如果它不打算給你這些類型的技能,它只專注於你的某種類型的技能組合,那麼以後可能很難做出這種轉變。

  • So you just want to ask yourself, is there a clear path, can I see where I'm going to be after this position?

    是以,你只想問自己,是否有一條清晰的道路,我能否看到我在這個職位之後的發展方向?

  • If I can't see it, if you can't see the next role and what that would look like after this position, then you want to reevaluate and just make sure for yourself, whether it's the right position for you, okay?

    如果我看不到,如果你看不到下一個角色,以及這個職位之後會是什麼樣子,那麼你要重新評估,只是為自己確定,這是否是適合你的職位,好嗎?

  • So there you have it, those are my six questions that you really want to ask yourself before accepting a new job offer or considering a new opportunity and hopefully these will help you to make your decision.

    所以,這就是我的六個問題,在接受一個新的工作機會或考慮一個新的機會之前,你真的要問自己,希望這些能幫助你做出決定。

  • Best of luck.

    祝您好運。

  • Now if you're currently on the market and you have not yet gotten your job offer and you are wanting to get one on one professional help from me, feel free to reach out, head on over to my website, linda rainer dot com slash standout.

    現在,如果你目前在市場上,而且你還沒有得到你的工作機會,你想從我這裡得到一對一的專業幫助,請隨時聯繫我,到我的網站上,林達-雷納點com斜線脫穎而出。

  • Get hired, breathe through the page, fill in the application form and from there if it seems like we're a match, one of my team members will be reaching out to you directly.

    獲得聘用,通過頁面呼吸,填寫申請表,從那裡,如果看起來我們是一個匹配,我的一個團隊成員將直接與你聯繫。

  • I also have free resources available to you.

    我也有免費的資源提供給你。

  • If you're not ready to work with me one on one, you can definitely check out my free interview strategy workshop which the link is in the description box down below.

    如果你還沒有準備好與我進行一對一的合作,你一定可以看看我的免費面試策略研討會,鏈接在下面的描述框中。

  • Or you can also check out my free resume mastery workshop where you can learn some tips on how to create an attractive compelling resume for the jobs that you're applying for.

    或者你也可以看看我的免費履歷大師工作坊,在那裡你可以學到一些技巧,如何為你申請的工作創造一份有吸引力的引人注目的履歷。

  • If you like this video, then please give it a thumbs up.

    如果你喜歡這個視頻,那麼請給它一個大拇指。

  • Subscribe, share it with your friends.

    訂閱,與你的朋友分享。

Hey, ambitious professionals, it's linda Rainer of linda Rainer dot com guiding you to a career in life you'll truly enjoy.

嘿,有抱負的專業人士,我是琳達-雷納點com的琳達-雷納,指導你在生活中找到你真正喜歡的職業。

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