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A degree which is in high demand, which will get you a good paying job and will lead to a creative career: Marketing is such a career. You can go for a BS or a BA. The difference is that in BS, you will learn more about analytics, mathematics. While in BA, it will be...
The career path for a CEO was a mixed one. There are some who have gone through consulting companies and have been exposed to different situations and different strategies. The experience one gets through this is quite VAST. Good CEO’s are leaders. They know how to...
Recently I overheard a co-worker on her cell phone. She was nearby, spoke loudly and I swear I wasn’t eavesdropping on purpose. She said she walked into an important event where she saw someone with whom she’d had several run-ins — of a hostile nature. “I decided I...
A newly minted family doctor from the University of Texas medical school system will soon be treating women and delivering babies in one of the country’s most prodigious hospitals that also includes sensitive treatment for pregnant women in the Texas prison...
Overall jobless rates are down these days and job satisfaction is much improved, at least according to nationwide statistics. Does that sound right to you? Too rosy maybe? I have two recent college graduates in my family, and neither are working in the field they chose when they first entered college. So maybe these statistics mean you simply have a job. Period. Full stop. You are employed, and thank heavens.
When I am invited to speak on career days, a key piece of advice I offer is something that won’t work for everyone. As a matter of fact, it may not be right for most of you. But, if it does fit, then it’s the best advice you will ever receive. That is: Find your career path as soon as possible.
If that suggestion makes you edgy or you’re nowhere close to there…
As someone who has made my entire living as a writer from the time I was 14 years old, I’m flabbergasted, shocked to the bones and incredibly pleased to tell you there is no better time in my decades-long career to be paid to write. And no, you don’t have to be a top novelist nor find a way into the highly competitive field of journalism (which has taken a nasty turn anyway.)
You think your parents are bad? Consider this: I was a police reporter for most of my career – covering only the worst-case scenarios.
Maybe I’m different from you, but I love looking at job openings. Further, I can justify my qualifications for almost all of the jobs I read. What, you say? You’re no engineer. You’re no scientist. Ah, but I am a chameleon. For that brief moment of reading the job description, I picture myself there, happy and successful. It’s like a little novel where I’m the main character and I get to visit different plots in my mind. “The Road Not Taken”
Watch Videos to get help on Career Management
Take a risk
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Don’t worry about what people say
Do what you want to do with passion. People will always criticize.
Career Change Process
How to use your network to help with a career change.