Career planning is a tough business in a noisy world. This is why mentors exist. They bring your potential into focus from the perspective of somebody who has already made the journey. But sometimes you don’t need a mentor to find your way. Sometimes a sentence or two from someone you respect is all you need. You just need a push in the direction you know you already know you need to take.
What do you see yourself doing 3-5 years from now? And how will you get there? If you haven’t thought about the answers to these questions, now is a really good time to start career planning.
We’re now a couple weeks into summer. For many college students and young professionals, that means we’re now firmly set in the daily routine of our summer internships.
Which makes this the perfect time to start looking ahead to your short-term summer internship and long-term career goals…
Do you have career goals? Most people will say their goal is success. But how do you achieve it?
A little careful planning can help you set and accomplish career goals that will act as stepping stones to the success you desire…
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?