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Succeeding in your career involves more than just having a job you love, although that’s certainly a huge plus. You have to take deliberate steps along the way to develop both personally and professionally. No matter what stage of your career you’re in, here are the top actions to take to ensure you’re always moving forward:
The global workforce is changing in a way we’ve never seen before. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic surfaced and changed the way we work and connect, a study published in November showed that 61% of workers believe that technological advances like AI and robotics are greatly affecting their jobs and will continue to do so. No matter what industry you’re in, the jobs needed and the skills required to do them are constantly being redefined. The ability to adapt to and prepare for change is more important now than ever.
Working from home during the coronavirus outbreak doesn’t mean you have to put your career ambitions on hold. Seize the moment with these helpful tips.
Figuring out whether or not to change jobs is an incredibly challenging decision. After all, you wouldn’t have picked your current job if it didn’t check most of your boxes at the time. But when those feelings of restlessness creep in, it’s time to assess whether or not it’s still a good fit. Should you make moves within your industry or have you just hit a temporary rocky patch? Here are some common reasons you should consider making a switch and how to ensure your next job is a better fit:
Career planning can be a daunting task to start. Articulating exactly what you want out of your career path requires a lot of reflection and soul-searching. But, in the long run, giving career planning the time and attention it deserves is essential. A successful career doesn’t happen by chance. In order to succeed, you have to know what you want to do and where you want to go. And that’s exactly what career planning does for you.
The inevitable happened, you hit a rut at work. You’re questioning everything: your role, your passion, even your entire career. You start thinking about other career paths and consider making the switch. But the entire time you aren’t quite sure whether a career change is the right decision or not. How do you know for sure? Make sure you’ve answered these questions before jumping ship:
Balancing both life and work priorities can seem like an impossible juggling act. And when you first start your career it can feel like no one taught you how to juggle. It can be all too easy for work to take over. But the thing is, establishing boundaries now early in your career is critical. A better work-life balance will keep you sane and make you more successful in work AND life. Here are some tips to master the juggle:
The start of a new year inspires changes and sometimes even bold moves. Last week we reflected on the past decade and challenged you to ask yourself about your accomplishments and areas of growth. So what do you want to bring into the 2020's? Maybe it includes a career change you've been thinking about but have been putting off because don't have the required experience. If you're wondering how you can move into a new career without relevant experience on your resume, check out these four tips!