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Choosing a career is one of those momentous decisions that can change the course of your life. Such an important decision deserves considerable time and introspection. Ample information and self-examination can help you choose a satisfying career...
Do what you love
We are CBitss Technologies, looking for PHP freshers with good command over programming skills and database. Knowledge of CMS is an advantage.Those who have done just training in PHP are excused.Handsome salary for deserving freshers who are...
It is important to love your work.. Otherwise, unless you are paid extremely generously, you will not find balance in your heart.
The first step in the Career Roadmap is to Know Yourself. Whether you are a first year student interested in learning how majors relate to careers, a senior contemplating graduate school or an alumnus considering a career change, it is crucial...
These are the tips for the new applicants going on an interview: Check Out the Company; Thank You Interview Email; Dress for Interview Success; Improve Your Interview Technique; Prepare for a Phone...
Due diligence; market research; gut feeling.
Knowing what the company real goals are and understanding the real Targeted Market Insights are is the only way to connect them both
Latch on to a colleague who is willing to help you with your newest position- AND DON'T LET GO!!
If you are successor CFO and trying to catch jobs at new company, the first task is to check whether the company has cash to fund its operation. Otherwise, you have to think how to fill the gap.
Show up on at least 15 mins. early, bring a note pad and paper to take notes on the details of the job you were hired to perform and come to soak up all the info like a sponge.
Understand exactly WHAT it is that you want in your life. Be honest and clear with yourself in what it is that you want to achieve.Then make a decision to do it. Once the decision is made, take one step at a time until you achieve your goals. A...
Take the plunge after doing your research. Remember any career or job you move into you make of it what you want it to be in the end.
Never burn bridges. Remember that it is your choice to change careers and the end user did nothing wrong. Make the transition as seemless as possible by communicating effectively and thoroughly with your superiors. Explain to the clients that you...
We are told now that the average person may change careers up to 5 times during their lifetime. But what is a career really? Is it your profession? Is it the industry that you work in? A precise skill that you hone over a lifetime? No, your...
Don't settle for living in your competence or even excellence.  Live in your genious.
I would advise an individual to be able to get ahead and advance in their career is to obtain further education.  First I would ask them if they are happy doing  their present duties. If they want to change careers then they must obtain...
The strongest factor for success is self-esteem: Believing you can do it, believing you deserve it and believing you will get it
Throughout my career I have been driven by the mindset that as long as I work hard, smart, show dedication, deliver desired results and go beyond what my employer expects that my superiors would recognize that and offer me a promotion or salary...
Your reputation and integrity are everything.  Follow through once you find your flow.  Credibility is built over time.  Do not let other people's definition of success define yours.  You have a unique set of gifts-unlock them!...
Note your achievements, listen to advise and continue to grow.
When I talk with candidates, I often find there are some simple tell-tale signs that it's time to move on.  Number one on that list has to be your level of happiness.  More specifically; if Saturday is ruined because of Friday and...
There are following conditions which determines when it is the right time to quit the job :When you have great achievement in the current role;Do not see further opportunity for growth in the current role;Doing routine jobs for a longer duration;
I would know when I no longer consistently enjoy what I am doing. There are always ups and downs or easy and hard times in a any position however, when you dread going to work and feel that the value you can add in limited than a change may be...
I would say when you can no late stand your job, meaning you are so depress to even have the strength to prepare yourself to go the your place of employment. The second sign is when your job is causing you extreme amount of stress, affecting you...
When a job makes you miserable every day when you come home; you're discontent; you feel like you're becoming stagnant. Pay is very important as well, specifically if a job can take care of your needs.
I think your decision to quit or stay should generally revolve around your personal priorities, which can often be a balance of three things: Job Enjoyment, Good Pay and Career Development. The balance of these priorities can change...