How do you plan your career?
Planning your career is a daunting task. How can you know what you want to do for the next 40 years? Will the world even be the same in 40 years? Unlikely! In times gone by choices were simpler. If … Continue reading →
Everyone’s career is unique
If you consider twins who have been at school together and even took the same degree at the same university, they would have had slightly different life experiences at that point and would bring slightly differing skills and experiences to … Continue reading →
Do I need to be a graduate?
One of the big decisions you face is do you need to be a graduate? Not necessarily. A recent UK survey showed that a quarter of University graduates earn less than people who have completed an apprenticeship. And the lowest … Continue reading →
These days you should probably expect to have several careers consecutively. If you work intelligently, keep your eyes and ears open and are alive to the changes going on in the world around you, then maybe you can segue effortlessly … Continue reading →
Developing your career
So whatever your initial route into your first job, you are there and you want to develop your career. How do you do that? First of all, formalise your career goals. Visit these two posts which will take you through … Continue reading →