As we continue to expand the limits of technology, we seem to be eliminating more and more common jobs. In fact, many of the jobs we once counted on in high school and college (and as fill-in jobs in between career moves) are going away.
we can’t turn around without running into advice from friends, co-workers, and even the internet (sorry).
But is that everything? Is there some top secret career advice that people aren’t telling us?
We are on the verge of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, an age that will require a new set of skills for the workforce of tomorrow.
So it would be nice to know what these future job skills are so that we can prepare, right?
Informational interviews are an excellent method of learning about a job or employer before committing yourself to a new direction for your career. One major advantage of informational interviews?
You will learn more about a specific field or employer, without being “on the spot” like you are in a job interview…
An effective job search strategy can mean the difference between getting hired right away and wandering around unemployed for too long.
It’s time to build a job search strategy to get you hired, quickly…
How many times have you set reasonable, realistic goals and couldn’t follow through? After all, goals are often set, but expectations aren’t always met.
Setting even realistic goals won’t do you much good if you don’t have a specific plan of attack…