Perth is such an underrated city and it cops a fair bit from other states. Even though we have had a mining boom recently, it has slowed down in the employment opportunity side. Even with less work opportunities, Perth still offers a large range of opportunities for start ups and entrepreneurs.
Perth has had some steady growth over the past few years due to the boom, and now Melbourne seems to be the place to be, but I like Perth for other reasons. The weather would have to be the main one.
If you compare Perth weather with Melbourne weather you will see a vast difference. Perth is a little more stable and has a spring type of feel to the air. We get an afternoon sea breeze which makes the heat bearable and our beaches are also some of the best.
It has come to my attention that I have become a homebody and need to get out a bit more and work on my employment and career goals.
I went to a recent employment and careers expo in Perth and it opened my eyes up to a whole new world of opportunities. Working from home has been quite a taxing job. Most people think it is the best ob in the world, to be able to work from home, however long hours, trying to pull myself away from the computer and interruptions and low progress has made me think I need to go into a job role.
I have looked into adding some training to my resume and went to a session that provided by Paramount recently on Customer Service. I think ill need to do a few courses on communication and telephone skills to be able to re-enter the workforce.
If anyone knows of a recent job opening that would be suitable please let me know.
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