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How to Find a Career that’s Right for You

The process of finding a career can be a relatively quick one or one that lasts a lifetime. We must remember that each of us has a different career path–we all have have different skill-sets as well as job and life experiences that give us unique opportunities albeit at different stages of our lives. However,

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Having ‘Vision’ in your Career Path

Even if you don’t have experience or training or even the education, that shouldn’t stop you from pursuing your dream career. In fact, if you are passionate and intent enough to achieve what you want there is absolutely no stopping you! However, there is an essential ingredient that you need; something that you need to

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How to Find Opportunities to Grow (Personally and Professionally)

Opportunities for personal and professional development are all around us. Sometimes we need to fine-tune our awareness to be more sensitive those opportunities(which can lurk around us quietly.) They can come in many forms–here are a few ways to you find opportunities to help you grow personally and professionally. Keep Communicating That means always be

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How to Prepare for a New Career

The New Year is almost here and some of us are headed onto a new career path. Sometimes it is by choice or others times its beyond our control like being laid-off. Regardless, starting a new career is an exciting opportunity especially in this technological age. There are a variety of resources to get you

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The Art of Changing Careers

Sometimes we need a change in our lives whether it be on a personal or professional level. When it comes to your career, change can mean finding a new and challenging path towards something more rewarding. Is it doable? Yes, absolutely. Yet changing your career is a tough endeavour these days. However, if you are

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Choosing a Career

A job is a job. You make money, pay bills and survive. Its usually mindless work. Or something you don’t like doing. It is why it’s called work. Now with a career, it’s something completely different. It’s not work. It’s not what you have to do. Instead It’s something that you like to do. But

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