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Admitting your current job is not the best fit can be defeating and scary, especially if you made a career change or left a good position. However, it is imperative to recognise when something is not working for you or your career goals. This article looks at three signs your current job is not the right fit for you.
Congratulations on your new job! You have put in the hard work it takes to get to this point and that deserves a celebration. There is enormous uncertainty that comes with a new job. You will encounter new people, a new environment and a new set of responsibilities. Here are three pieces of advice that you should take note of if you want to start your career on a right note.
Active professional networking is vital to career growth. Many shudder when they hear the term networking, associating it with awkwardness, cheesy events and the idea of ‘selling’ yourself. However, networking can bring lots of benefits, especially for twentysomethings. Read on to find out how networking with people within and outside your profession can help your career and your life in general.
Society in general tends to favour extroverts, sometimes to the detriment of introverts. Introverts are mistakenly seen as people who are shy or do not enjoy social interactions. However, read further to find out why introverts can be the quiet powerhouses in your office.
The difference between a good worker and a great worker can often come down to how you cope with unexpected circumstances.
They are inevitable, and that is where your internal locus of control comes in handy. Although this blueprint is not meant for everyone, but it can serve as a starting point to effectively handle the unexpected at work.