The following excerpt was taken from Shane Rodgers’ blog “The Career Advice I wish I had at 25.” We are all guilty of falling into one of these traps as we pursue our careers. None of these are necessarily bad, but we must learn to pace ourselves and keep the “big picture” in mind. If we are not careful, we will undoubtedly become burnt out with work or miss important personal events and opportunities. Read on to see how Shane advises us to keeping a good work life balance.
It’s the New Year! Are you actively pursuing a new job? It might be in your best interest to evaluate what the hiring trends are right now as many employers are seeking hard-to-find top talent.
Vicki Salemi, author, public speaker, columnist and career expert shares the most important tips to be as successful as possible during your job search.
Go where the needs are greatest. The hardest jobs to fill around the globe referenced in the survey include sales representatives, engineers, technicians, drivers, accounting and finance professionals, machine operators, secretaries and receptionists. If you're in the process of changing career paths, keep these hard-to-fill openings in mind, and tailor your resume to highlight skill sets and experiences coveted by positions that recruiters desperately need to fill.