No matter what field you enter and no matter where your career takes you, there is one thing you will need to be successful: soft skills. From working the checkout counter at your local grocery store to leading a company with tens of thousands of employees, soft skills will play an integral part in your job.
Discovering your passion is something most people struggle with, especially during and just after college. The idea of deciding on a career to which you will dedicate 8 hours a day, 5 days a week for the next 40 years can be daunting, and the majority of us fear entering a field we don’t truly care about.
The idea of a professional mentor is probably not new to most people, but actually finding a mentor and building a relationship can be much more intimidating in practice. You may even start to question if it’s worth all the trouble. Despite the work you may have to put in at first; however, our hiring experts all agreed having a professional mentor would be valuable in the long-run.
Job hunting is stressful for everyone, but doing it from a different state can make it even worse. Still, more and more people are deciding to relocate, whether it be a few states over or across the country. So is there a way to make it any easier? Here are a few tips from our hiring experts.
When crafting a resume, one of the hardest decisions is what information to include, and what to leave off. Every recruiter and hiring manager has a different preference, so it can be tough to get definite answers.
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