Posts tagged career advice
Networking: Two ways to make it easy and some magic words

Spending precious time investing in your network can seem like a drag until you are in trouble and really need help. By then, it is something that you can regret not having done in good time. As Harvey Mackay said, “Dig your well before you are thirsty”. Here are two ways to integrate networking into your working day, knowing that little and often will compound up and you will have a healthy, relevant professional network with a high level of social capital.

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5 Red Flags That Say 'This job is not a good 'un'

So, you’ve spent weeks or months interviewing for a new role and you are almost overwhelmed with a sense of relief because at last you think that you are about to be offered a new job. However, at the back of your mind, you have an uneasy feeling that perhaps all is not well with the role, the form, or indeed, both. I

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Overcoming the Hurdles of Career Change

Making a change in career direction, either within a sector or more significant shift, can often prove difficult. This is because recruiters and potential employers are risk averse and want a square peg for a square hole. Taking a candidate from a markedly different background is often considered risky and it's probably a risk that they do not need to take.

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