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So You Have A New Job, What Next? (Pt. One)

First of all, let us apologise, we didn’t mean to sound bored in our title, but you know what titles are like. So you got a new job! Yaaaaay! Come to our next match day and buy us drinks!

So yeah, we have a few tips that will help you with this new job.

LOOK THE JOB. BRING YOUR WARDROBE IN

This is really important! You are part of a corporate family now, and you need to look the part – you cannot look like you are adopted, nope!

We expect that while you were job-hunting, you were already planning and preparing (at least, mentally) on the new attires you need to get.

Now, this totally depends on what the industry you’re in. If you need help, turn to Google or talk to a stylist.

LEARN A SAVINGS AND INVESTMENT CULTURE

Now that things have gotten ‘realer’ than real, you might want to cut back on some unnecessary expenses and save/invest some of that cash. You’ve got to always prepare for the rainy days. Always.

So have a reserve tank – it is a sign of being responsible and accountable.

Saving, investing and budgeting gives you a better idea of your actual cash flow.

GET A HEAD START ON THE JOB

Since it is a new job, you might need some skills sharpened or learnt. The transition from an old job or from an unemployed state to this new very employed state will be easier if you get a hang of everything soon.

Watch webinars online, turn to Youtube for tutorials – there are tutorials on anything you need to learn quick.

Don’t wait around and make them wonder why they employed you in the first place. Study to show yourself approved!

Talking about approved, SociaLiga matches have been tested, trusted and approved to help you unwind and relax on Saturdays that you need a break.

Follow us on Instagram – @thesocialiga for updates on the next match day.

We’ve got more tips for you, see you in our next post.

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