Everyone needs to understand the primary drivers that can make you thrive, or take a dive. Analyze your abilities based on key points below. If you are not honest with yourself how will you grow and develop? Nobody is listening. Call it the way it is. Don't look to fix what is working. Look to understand what is not working or holding you back. Maximize your chance to thrive!
Take the time to think about each point and be realistic in your responses.
In today's digital world it is integral to your career that you master how to achieve maximum job search success. The job market gatekeepers in our world today are job boards, social and business or association networking websites, employers and recruiters. We really do understand.
A few quick questions you may want to ask yourself. Do you find it challenging to position yourself as a job seeker with recruiters? Not sure how to send your resume to a potential employer so that you are not caught in the maze of job applicants? Do you feel confused about which social . . .
Welcome to the world of finding your career path. Needless to say, it is a complicated process. I know you thought you would get an education, then you would find a career and somehow this would just happen. Most new graduates that I have spoken to over the years also believe that after a few interviews, they would get hired in the right organization and their career would progress from there.
I know you thought studying for exams to earn your degree or diploma was hard work. I know you truly thought once you graduated, you would be good to . . .
Welcome to Segment 2, designed to guide you in finding career options and career path directions.
Needless to say, finding career options can be a complicated process. I know you thought you would get an education, find a career and somehow this would just happen. You would land in the right company, you would do a great job and hey, good news… my career has started and I am on the right track. Um nope, this would be great but the reality is that sounds very nice, but it is a dream . . .
When I graduated I was one of those people who really wasn’t sure what to do. My family wanted me to take a completely different career path that I felt was important to me. As time moves forward, it becomes clearer as you continue to gain experience both in your work life and as you grow as a person. The core values of who you are as a new graduate, are often the same core values you bring with you throughout your life and career.
As a new graduate, you need to understand options along with how to locate a targeted selection of prospects. Once you enter the information into your workbook below you will have a comprehensive tool to assist in your career search. First, you need to know which direction to take. If you really have no clue where your career interests lie its ok, most people don't have a clue unless you are on the professional track and the steps are in place to move forward. Continue with your subscription and review all relevant proprietary content. You may find that it . . .
As you are likely in an information overload part of life, we will do our best to keep you interested enough in you, because this is all about you. I am sure you have spent most of your life hearing it is NOT all about you, don’t be selfish, share with your sibling or roommate, be a giving person. It's all good. Right now it is important to focus on only you. If you earned your degree by dedicating yourself to learning, please use that momentum to complete our . . .
Once you have graduated it is time to start the next phase of your life, finding a career. It feels like a fast transition. It is a fast transition. You have been a student your whole life so far and then wham, its time to enter the workforce. One day you are in student mode with friends and working hard but having a great time. Now it seems like 1,2,3 your family is pushing you. They are trying to help you move forward to find a first real career step. You want to find a first career step . . .
If you speak with 10 recruiters, ask them how many of their clients and candidates, call to ask if they can help get their kids get into the workforce? How many of those kinds of calls per week do you think the recruiters get? I know from my own experience, starting in January of every year until June, I usually get a minimum of 10-15 distress calls per week.
Are you thinking about reaching out to your network and asking all of the hiring leaders you know to hire your family member? If you are guilty or someone you . . .