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How to Land in Your Dream Job When You Currently Have Zero Experience in That Field
Solution : Personal Branding – "Building Capabilities for Performance"

The strategic importance of capabilities is apparent around the globe:

The capabilities that companies need most have evolved, but methods of building those skills have not. Capability building has remained a high strategic priority.

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Companies Want More

When you’re looking for a new job, you may think your résumé is your most important asset. But your ability to advance your career depends on many factors, and most of them have nothing to do with the amount of experience you’ve managed to cram into your resume.

While your résumé and job titles might help you get noticed by employers and earn a first-round screening interview, 53% of employers expect to see your capability before seriously considering you for a position.

For most of the companies that attract today’s top talent, expertise still matters. They want to see that you have the unique hard skills associated with the role you’re applying for.

However, 63% of employers place an equal or greater value on “soft skills” — the intangible capabilities related to a candidate’s attitude, work ethic, and ability to handle pressure.

Looking for a job can be extremely stressful. How do you stand apart from the crowd? There’s only so much they can tell about you from your resume.

When it comes to job search, people often underestimate the power of personal branding. Personal branding allows you to put yourself in front of a wide range of potential employers, grow your professional network, and build a favorable image of yourself.

So experience isn’t a formal entity that is earned inside the four walls of a corporate office (although that is one form of it). It’s the result of taking on a challenge, seeing it through to the end, and learning along the way.

For example:

  1. If you’re interested in programming, learn the languages and then create a free tool that solves a problem.
  2. If you’re interested in marketing, create a social media account or blog and grow the following.
  3. If you’re interested in sales, leverage your existing skills to create a consulting firm and sell your services.

Don’t pray for someone to hire you just so you can gain "experience." Get out there and create a reason for your dream company to offer you a job.

So the solution is "Transform yourself by building your capability for Performance"