Are you on the verge of retirement and looking for an additional source of income, but don’t want to do the same work you’ve been doing? Or wondering which of the many volunteer opportunities you want to pursue?
ReWorkMe can help you identify several jobs and volunteer opportunities that don’t require a lot of expensive education or years of on-the-job training. And these opportunities will be suggested based on your unique combination of Job Interests and Work Values.
Job Interests reflect the tasks and activities you find interesting. Most of us are aware of these interests based on what we’re drawn to do already.
Work Values reflect what you, in particular, find rewarding in an organized activity. They reflect what motivates you, what sustains your inner drive, and which environments can support that drive or extinguish it. That’s crucial information when you’re choosing a volunteer role and want to avoid burnout. And especially when you’re ready to start a new career or strike out in an entrepreneurial direction.
The ReWorkMe survey (about 10 minutes, and always free to answer) can reveal the Work Values that make a job or volunteer position feel worthwhile. When you take the ReWorkMe survey, you’ll receive your Basic Report right away. The Basic Report provides some general information about your Job Interests and Work Values.
Even more value comes from the Discovery Session you can choose to do. We’ll connect online, and I’ll walk you through your Full Report (see a sample), including showing you how to use your Full Report to identify jobs and job families that match your unique profile.
I’ll also have access to the Advanced Report, available only to ReWorkMe consultants, that can yield additional insights into the interplay of your Job Interests and Work Values.