Before the Job Search: 'Look Inward, Not Outward'

October 4, 2017

Gary Vroegindewry, DVM, MSS, DACVPM, director of One Health at Lincoln Memorial University, talks about what to do before looking for a new job.

When you're either frustrated with your current job or are on the market for a new position, you most likely choose to start looking for jobs first. Gary Vroegindewry, DVM, MSS, DACVPM, director of One Health at Lincoln Memorial University, talks about what to do before looking for a new job.

He strongly recommends that instead of looking outward, you look inward first. You need to identify what about yourself makes you want to change careers, what your skillset is, what gaps you have in your education or your experience, and what limitations you have.