When we start working, we get minimal realistic guidance on what to expect. Maybe we can help you avoid a few pitfalls.
So much advice online recommends dropping out. But should you get that degree?
The sheer number of options available makes it confusing for young adults to zero in on career choices. However, young adults need to make decisions and not be afraid.
Careers are not a one-way street. Up is not the only way to grow in a career today. Being prepared for career mobility is key to survival and success.
An internship is an invaluable opportunity to learn both about oneself and the world of work. Going in prepared with the right approach can elevate one's experience and learning.
There are numerous career options to navigate today. How do we evaluate them and what can we do to make sound decisions? We need to pay attention to both ourselves as well as the market forces.
Career success is determined hugely by our focus. How much energy we give to something determines its quality. Understanding this and managing ourselves is critical.
Our jobs take up so much of our time and life-energy. It's crucial that we research both the company and role that we are considering. This will help in us preparing for the interview process and also to decide on whether we want the job at all.
We may not realize it, but how recruitment works today and the knowledge of it, impacts our job search success. Our job search process should ideally be in alignment with how companies recruit.
In a plethora of career choices, how do we know what is right for us? Giving in to peer pressure or latest career trends can land us in trouble. We have access to the answers. We only need to know where to look.
Career mobility is a reality in today's age. The skills needed for career mobility can be looked at as a tool-kit that can help you fix problems, and add value in different contexts.