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it… A few ideas on the Internet won't give you a comprehensive career
management plan. But we can help you get started on a plan that works
do I know about the workforce and working environment?
You've heard the trends. Downsizing, rightsizing and just-in-time staffing.
Corporations are re-structuring and re-inventing the workforce.
you find less stability and less predictable salary growth. You need
continuous training and improvement. Is this all bad news? No, but it's
a call to action. You must actively manage your own career.
are my needs, wants and expectations?
First, it's critical to re-evaluate the way you look at relocating for
a new position. Odds are you'll face this decision sometime in your
career. Better to think about it now before it becomes a crisis.
is not for you, then geography is your highest priority. Not compensation,
job satisfaction or growth potential.
effective am I in developing a personal career network?
at everyone as a career resource:
and use this network:
and maintain your list of contacts
your network, don't abuse it
and use recruiters