With Covid 19, the great displacement of the world's population is finally over. The whole process was not without its difficulties with people from all corners of the globe making their way to what some have called post-apocalyptic landscapes, but at least it's now safe for everyone to start getting on with their lives. Certainly, a lot has changed, but one thing remains: finding a job will still be tough.

The first thing you need to do is identify where you live in the new world order. The area where you live, or rather the job market there, will impact what jobs are available to you and how tough it's going to be to find something in your chosen industry.

London is a hotspot for tech companies and offers many job opportunities in the IT sector. The number of new tech companies incorporated in London surged 94 per cent in 2021, with the capital becoming a new hotspot for investment. The UK tech sector became only the third economy, alongside the US and China, to reach $1 trillion in value after a surge in growth throughout the pandemic. 

So, if you are looking for a job in UK go to a website like Senovo IT to see what jobs are available in your area and whether your skills match up with them.  The math is simple: figure out what percentage of the working population makes good money doing that sort of a job, then multiply that by the number of people in your area who fit the bill. I had looked into this before and there was no magic formula for it, but here are some concrete suggestions for you.

First things first: If you're looking to land your dream job, you need to focus on your long-term goals. Perhaps you love to play games and happen to live in a great gaming city like London? Great! But make sure you have plans for what you would do in your chosen career.

If you're looking that might mean getting some vocational training or even taking a different route but don't be afraid to be ambitious. It's something I've found the best way to move forward is through planning, not just diving in blindly with options I want to take advantage of (whether it's a new game or a particular industry).

Secondly, let's assume you got your dream job in Brisbane. Now what? This next part is going to be a little tricky because you're not just going to get stuck there forever. You have a choice: either start searching for work elsewhere, or make the city your life and try to break into it from the inside.

While the latter option is more desirable, it's also easier said than done. You're going to need to give yourself as many avenues as possible, whether that be in-depth training courses (which can help you sell yourself as a high-value employee) or partnering with other people in your network.

Final Thoughts

Finding a dream job is hard, but it's not impossible. There are always going to be 'bumps' in the road ahead and the first step is identifying what you need from the job that you're after. With Covid 19, there are now more jobs available than ever before, so having a strong set of skills should help you out in your search for a job. Use Senovo IT to find your dream job and make sure that your future is secure.