Since the majority of our time is spent at work, what we do professionally affects the way that we view ourselves personally, too.
But, what happens if you are involved in prolonged job search? Or you lose your job?
A common suggestion when writing or updating your resume: focus on accomplishments instead of duties.
But what kind of accomplishments should you select? What achievements will employers really care about? And what if your job doesn’t lend itself to easily documented successes?
Here, we’ve put together a few tips to help you build accomplishments into your resume…
With the new year rush behind us, this is the perfect time to create new goals, envision a plan of attack, and succeed in new ways. And since we spend most of our time at work, it makes sense to focus on taking control of your career… and being the best you can be this year!
Here are ten things you can do to help you take control of your career:
Are you part of the 15 percent of workers who are underemployed? Or the 53 percent of workers who aren’t satisfied with their current employment?
Two weeks into the new, perhaps this is the time to dust off your networking shoes and get out on the dance floor!