Many of us have worked jobs that we aren’t exactly proud of before starting our actual career. And the celebrities that you know and love are no different. They all had to start somewhere, and that place isn’t always the most dignified.
That’s why I put together a list of the weirdest jobs of celebrities before they were celebrities. As you’ll see, even famous celebrities had to start somewhere, just like you. Maybe you aren’t taming lions or puppeteering to pay your bills, but at least you know that sometimes it takes awhile to find your true calling.
It used to be that employees would stay at jobs for years and years and years and then they’d die. Or retire. Or whatever came first.
But today, that’s not the case.
Because it’s so expensive, the cost of turnover makes employers nervous. I, however, don’t think it’s bad. On the contrary, I think it’s wonderful that workers these days want to experience new things and expand their skill sets.
When it comes to Generation Y and turnover, there are a few questions that need to be addressed:
The idea of leaving your job may be on the tip of your tongue or in the far-out recesses of your brain, but it’s always there.
That’s both the beauty and the beast of at-will employment: you can leave whenever you decide to.
So which type of quit are you considering? Which might you actually act on? Check out these dozen ways to quit your job:
Almost 75% of employers taking part in NACE’s 2012 Job Outlook survey said they prefer to hire candidates who have revelant experience. Beyond employer’s preference, there are many reasons why work experience is important to have before you finally land that full-time position.
Ever wonder how certain people seem to attract career opportunities either through promotions or new job offers? f you look closer, you’ll see that many of these successful people are ones who do a good job of treating everyone with courtesy and respect, while genuinely trying to expedite quality responses whenever possible.
Just how far along are you on your career goals for this year? And what can you do now to assure that by fall, you’ll have advanced a couple of them, whether you’re looking for a new employer or to launch a side business or land a new client?
A mid-year review of your professional and personal career goals can help you refocus your energies and establish new mini-goals to advance them.