Employable

7 Attributes to Assure Your Working Future

Delves into the seven most important traits that employers are looking for in today’s competitive job marketplace.

Employable

7 Attributes to Assure Your Working Future

Delves into the seven most important traits that employers are looking for in today’s competitive job marketplace.

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Did you know, you can be employed and not be employable for the future? Employable delves into what makes you truly employable in today’s competitive job marketplace! Tips, advice and even a checklist!

Over the past decade, the digital revolution sent many industries into a spin, and the global pandemic of 2020 seemed set on finishing the job of completely upturning the employment market. More than ever, people need to know how they can remain employable through uncertain, changing times.

Employable provides extensive insight into seven attributes that are crucial to employability, as well as what to consider when you are faced with key life milestones, such as graduating, returning to the workforce, midcareer moves, and dealing with redundancy. It also includes advice on custom-building impressive resumes and CVs, upskilling for interviews and writing compelling cover letters.

Employable was written to help everyone future proof their careers. It’s a must-read guide, not only for job seekers, but also for business owners and hiring managers seeking better strategies for recruiting.

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Foreword
by Heather Swan

Most people would not consider climbing and jumping from a Himalayan mountain a good career choice. Yet it was for me. This, along with other adventures such as flying a wingsuit across the Grand Canyon, has enhanced my ‘employability factor’ enormously.

Who would have thought it?

Roxanne Calder would have.

If you want a long career, one you design not only to provide an income but also to enhance your whole self, your wellbeing, your sense of self-worth, your purpose and your happiness–read this book.

Roxanne will show you how to understand who you are, what you want, where you are now, where you want to be and how to bridge that very important–and sometimes very big–gap.

Why? Because she has devoted herself to helping countless people do just that. She’s taken all those stories and experiences, all those lessons learned, and distilled them into a ‘how-to’ that works.

I’ve known Roxanne for more than a decade. I’ve seen her take on big challenges and confront big fears. I’ve taken her and her recruiting team head way outside their comfort zone–rock climbing, skydiving and even into the remote outback, where self-reliance is critical. I’ve watched Roxanne struggle with her fears and win. I’ve seen her apply that same grit in the business world while never losing her optimism and passion for what she does.

Roxanne understands the importance of standing firm in the face of obstacles and self-doubt. She knows that to have the career you want, you have to grow your comfort zone and yourself, not just the obvious business skill set. She has an uncanny talent for helping people find their way.

When my daughter went to Roxanne for help finding an office job, Roxanne found her a dog-walking position instead, a position she still has and loves years later. Roxanne has mentored countless people in the same way–helping them choose their true passion and make that choice a success.

Having a copy of Roxanne’s book is akin to having her truthful, caring, reassuring voice on call. This alone is worth so much more than the cost of a book.

 

Heather Swan, world-record-holding BASE-jumper and wingsuit pilot, mountaineer, author and motivational speaker

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Roxanne Calder
Managing Director

Roxanne Calder is the Founder and Managing Director of EST10, a leading boutique recruitment agency she founded in 2010 upon completion of her MBA. Roxanne began her recruitment career with renowned recruiter Julia Ross, before working for over 20 years in HR and recruitment with a number of global players and boutique businesses throughout Australia, the UK, Singapore and Hong Kong. Roxanne Calder is not your average recruiter. She loves to see the potential in people; uncovering their hidden qualities is her superpower.

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