Why It Pays to Think About Your Career Path Early On

Why It Pays to Think About Your Career Path Early On

What do you want to be when you Grow Up?

One of the most common questions asked of children is ‘What do you want to do when you grow up.’  At an early age many of you will have had ideas without really knowing what a career involves. But as you become a teenager, you start to know a little more about your choices and begin to seriously consider one particular career path.

There are advantages to this mindset. Knowing where you are heading will mean you are far more likely to succeed.

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How a Team Meeting could help you Progress in your Career

How a Team Meeting could help you Progress in your Career

When you think the meeting is over and someone asks another question

We have all left a team meeting thinking why couldn’t that have been sent in an email? Some offices have a culture of meetings for the sake of meetings. The problem being is it’s easy to tune out when you’re roped into the tenth meeting of the week.

However, if you’re looking to progress in your career, those seemingly useless meetings could be your ticket to standing out.

So stop doodling or considering what you’re going to eat for lunch and instead focus on getting noticed.

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A Career With An Element Of Risk

A Career With An Element Of Risk

Taking the Right Risks in your Career

If you’re the type of person to face risks head on, then there is a good chance that you want to reflect this in your career choices. The truth is it’s actually surprisingly easy to find jobs which invoke a degree of risk. 

If you are looking for an exciting career which pushes you to your limits, below is a few examples of the kinds of careers open to you.  View Post

Interview Questions – What Questions to Ask the Interviewer

Interview Questions – What Questions to Ask the Interviewer

Turning the Tables on the Interviewer

You got through those tricky interview questions and now the interviewer has turned the tables. It’s up to you to ask the questions. This isn’t just the interviewer being polite, an interview is a two way street.

This is a perfect opportunity for you to discover whether this role is right for you. Make sure you leave that interview knowing everything you need to know to make an informed decision.

Below are the 5 areas you need to be questioning in the interview.

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