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?
Two event for career changers and job seekers – both free to attend. Go to the Career Management Center on Tuesday or early Wednesday to help prepare you to meet with employers at the Career Fair Wednesday.
November is National Career Development Month, which is a great time to plan your next career move. What have you done this month to increase your network, build your skills, or prep for a job search?
It seems crazy to think that an activity that takes less than one minute can have an impact on your job search or career development. But there are a lot of little things you can do that can make a big difference to your career.
"When I ask my teenager about his plans for the future, he thinks I’m talking about next weekend. Seriously, how can I get my teen to think past high school graduation?"