Career advice is all around us. Some of it good… some of it good but stated over and over… and some of it, well, not so good.
Who do you listen to, and who do you avoid, when it comes to career advice that can make a big difference?
Is the idea of “lifetime employment” still hanging around? Or should we be prepared for a transitional workforce where we will most likely work a series of contract, temp and freelance gigs instead?
What does the future of work look like?
No doubt: networking is the most effective method of finding work. But how does a young professional get good at networking? Where do they go to learn best practices?
How do they go… for networking gold?
This week the #InternPro chat on Twitter had a lively discussion about the “Networking Olympics: Going for Career Gold”…
Despite being a generation with a record number of college degrees, the economy during Gen Y’s early career years has been more than challenging.
Still, many Millennials aren’t sitting around waiting for something good to happen. They’re already making a big impact on the world around them. Perhaps they’ll become known as the “Give Before You Take” generation?