As a young adult, I let low self-esteem and a fear of ridicule that sometimes bordered on paranoia stop me from making more friends, dating more, traveling, and taking other risks that ultimately make life more fun. Like so many people, I was stuck in IfOnlyLand. If only I were prettier … If only I had more money … If only I met the right guy … Lack of confidence kept me from accepting myself as I was and living in the moment. Can you relate? What is your biggest regret or one thing you’d like to change from your past?
Everyone who wants to find a job that they like, that uses their skills and talents, should be clear about their career identity. Any student or job seeker wanting to enter a field that they will enjoy and has the potential for livable wages should know their career identity. What is career identity, and how do you figure out what your personal career identity?
Whether you are unemployed or currently working and looking for a new job, create your job search plan before you contact employers. You also want to explore career options that fit your financial and personal goals. Now you are ready to look for work. These three tips will increase your likelihood of finding the right position and getting a job offer.
From Day One, choose to communicate and develop work habits that show your customers, coworkers and supervisors that you respect yourself and the job. Here are 5 tips for new employees to make a good first impression.
Job seekers in Minnesota have a unique chance to improve their job search techniques and interview with several Fortune 500 companies. silouttelaptopCareer changers, unemployed persons, veteran and college students looking for work in finance, marketing, health care, and all types of business operations should make room in their schedules Tuesday March 18 and Wednesday March 19, 2014 to come to the Minneapolis Convention Center.