Gone are the days of keeping one job from graduation to retirement. So obviously, change is inevitable. And a lot depends on how we handle that change.
To help you take on the challenges that come with change, we present this infographic from PoundPlace…
Are you taking full advantage of the mentorship opportunities available to you?
“Mentorship” is one of the most common phrases in career development. But what, exactly, does it mean? What is a mentor and how do you find one?
Weird interview questions are not all that uncommon, and they’re really not all that weird. Companies often design these questions to throw you off your practiced pitch and force you to respond spontaneously. Recruiters often use them to try to uncover the real you, the you that will come out in everyday situations. It is difficult to really get to know someone in an interview setting because we all practice and prepare so much. The seemingly random question can often help recruiters see beyond that practiced facade.
You worked hard all through high school and college. High praise came your way from teachers and professors. You know everything there is to know about the field you’re entering and the job you want to do.
Unfortunately, that may not be enough. After all, there are few general skills you must polish to succeed in any career.
Are you hoping that your new year includes a new job? Well, the first month of 2018 has flown by, and by now, many of your new year’s resolutions have fallen by the wayside. But you can’t abandon your career goals so soon. Whether you’re looking for a new job or your first job, 2018 could very well be your year. The job market is growing. Employers are placing you in the driver’s seat. It’s time to slip behind the wheel and rev up your 2018 job search.