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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

If You’re Switching Careers, Make It One For the Future

*This is a collaborative post.

If you’re not sure if you want to continue in your current career, it can be difficult trying to figure out what to do next, especially with so many options available to you. However, there is one simple way to narrow down the choices: take a look at the careers that are expected to grow in the coming years.

With the rise of automation, there’ll be a whole host of jobs that will soon be obsolete, but there are some professions that will do the opposite. If you are an ardent reader of this blog, you already know that I changed my career.

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The Workaholic Series

The Workaholic Series (Jane’s Career Evolves): Are you Currently Practicing what you didn’t Study in School?!

Her career path was set as long as she was concerned and she will thread on this adventurous thrilling journey. It was in the year 2001 that Jane got admitted into one of the country’s arguably best university.

As many Christian families will do, her parents called her aside for a family prayer when the day eventually came for her to leave for school. She was going to reside in the hostel, so as every caring parent would react, they were a bit worried.

“Remember the child of whom you are.” her mother said, before a prayer that seemed to last forever.

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

How to Deal with a job you Hate/ Career Change – Q & A

In this week’s video, I’m answering a reader’s question on how to deal with a job you hate while transitioning to another career.

If this topic is of interest to you, I’m sure you’d like the points I’ve raised.

Please don’t forget to let me know your thoughts in the comment section and please remember to subscribe to my YouTube Channel.

Have a splendid week ahead!

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

5 Tips for a Successful Career Change or Transition

Trying to switch industries or career is not an easy task and requires effort, especially because getting a new job in your current industry may be hard enough.

However, it’s not an impossible feat. It’s achievable and I know because I just recently completed my transition from law to human resources. The most important thing is planning ahead for this adventurous journey.

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Employee's Workplace, New Worker

Why Learning A New Language Is Great For Your Career

*This is a collaborative post.

I remember learning another language at some point during my school years. I’m sure it’s the same for you too. It may have been incredibly hard to grasp as you sing the alphabet over and over again and told the class what you’d have love to do at the weekend.

However, learning a language is a useful skill and has helped many people get ahead in their careers. It is a useful skill to add to your CV as well as opening new doors and opportunities in your job.

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New Worker

Thinking of a Career Change?

I have been receiving a lot of emails on the Make a Decision: A Job or Career article and as always it got me thinking. You need to go read the article to get a full grasp of today’s post. I’ll be honest with you, deciding to change career was one of the biggest decisions I have ever had to make in my life. Trying to transition, study and work all at the same time has been one roller coaster combination but it’s been totally worth it. This post has been in my draft for a while and I finally came down to publishing it most especially because I haven’t updated the millennial category of this blog in a while.

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