What are the Top 10 Careers For Meeting New People In A New Town?
Did you move to a new region recently? If yes, you must be wondering how on earth you can make friends to share the laughter and sorrow. You should not worry yourself to the point of depression, once the fatigue of moving to a new house eases, meeting new people is easier than you think. To start with, having a job to go to provides the best chance. Most workplaces require staff to interact, and this is where you have an opportunity to get social. You must make efforts to earn people’s interest and later, their trust. That said, here are the top 10 careers that can help you meet new people in town.
- Hospitality: Working as a waiter, bartender, steward or concierge in a restaurant involves interaction with different people every day. The nature of your job requires that you converse with your clients as well as co-workers.
- Fitness: A career as a gym instructor opens doors for you to get in touch with customers who come to your facility for health improvement exercises. Besides, working in this industry does not necessarily require that you possess certification in fitness.
- Teaching: You could be imparting knowledge to youngsters at a school or adults at the university. This career line places you in contact with people who are hungry for the information you possess.
- Retail: Retail outlets always have hordes of customers going in and out. To succeed, you must be attentive to detail and people-oriented. By striking conversations with clients and colleagues, you can make lasting friendships.
- Marketing: In this field, you need to be an excellent communicator who can persuade people to buy a product or service, for instance, a new movers package. The prospect of meeting new people is high, just as is the one for becoming friends.
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- Health: Whether you are a general physician or dentist, you must communicate with your patients directly. Part of the job entails finding out what ails your clients before proceeding with treatment. Therein lies endless chances of meeting new people and make new friends.
- Office Administration: Your work is to keep an office functional, helping other employees and boosting everyone’s morale. Since you must do this with a smile, people begin to like and find you approachable.
- Therapy: Therapists play the crucial role in guiding and helping patients towards recovery. To work in this career, you must command loads of positive energy and be upbeat all the time.
- Human resource management: HR deals with people during recruitment, job placement, appraisal and termination. You meet workmates and new individuals on a regular basis.
- Sales: To be a salesperson, you must communicate easily and talk a lot. If not, you may never close any deals translating to no commissions. During your work, you get to mingle with all kinds of persons.
If you work in any of the careers mentioned above, moving to a new town can be a blessing in disguise. You meet people almost naturally and can make friends quickly.
Written By:Joe Webster
Joe Webster began his journey in the auto transport field by attending the University of Southern California (USC), where he graduated with a Bachelor of Business Marketing.
After college, he started his career in the auto transport industry from the bottom up and has done virtually every job there is to do at A-1 Auto Transport, including but not limited to: Truck Driver, Dispatch, Sales, PR, Bookkeeping, Transport Planner, Transport Manager, International Transport Manager, Brokering, Customer Service, and Marketing. Working with his mentor Tony Taylor, Joe Webster has learned the ins and outs of this industry which is largely misunderstood.
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