Maybe even more than technical skills, we hear a lot about soft skills in today’s career world. And for good reason; soft skills can mean the difference between getting the interview… and getting left out.
But which skills should we focus on first? Which make us more employable? What do employers really want… or expect?
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get out of your own way?
Get rid of the things that are holding us back and hack your mind to be more productive, less stressed, and happier? Wouldn’t it be great if we could see the world with an objective lens instead of through tainted glasses?
“So… what are you doing next year?”
That question and I became intimately acquainted last year around this time when I graduated from Notre Dame. And did I have an answer? Hell no. So, because I wasn’t walking off that stage with a diploma in one hand and a job offer in the other, I routinely felt I was behind…
So many of us have been focused on becoming employable… and securing a traditional job. But what if employment isn’t the best option for you? What if becoming your own boss is a better option for you?
This infographic from TollFreeForwarding.com takes a close look at entrepreneurship as a career option…
Sometimes, we focus too much on what we want others to think about us… or what we think an employer or customer wants to see in us.
What if we, instead, focused on the skills that make us truly unique? Or the traits that help us be more creative or maintain a high level of passion for the work we do?
What are the hottest degrees of this century? What majors are in high demand?
From cyber security to game design to nanotechnology, this infographic from TopOnlineDegrees.org provides some great insight into the careers many experts believe will be the big winners of the 21st Century…