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Career Counseling – 5 Ways To Resurrect Yours Right Away


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Career Counseling
A rewarding career is something that every worker aspires to achieve. We dedicate far too much time to our jobs to accept anything less, especially is it is the main source of money for paying the bills. Unfortunately, it’s very common to become stuck in the brutal cycle of living to work. With a new year fast approaching, though, there’s never been a better time to do something about it.

So, what are the best ways to breathe new life into your career? Let’s take a closer look.

1. Bolster your skills and experience
There’s no one right way to climb the career ladder. Nevertheless, it’s hard to deny the correlation between education and salary levels. Modern employers are always eager to find people with management skills to support their technical skills. Supply management degrees at Kettering University are an ideal solution. Meanwhile, seeking a little work experience shadowing someone in a managerial role can help too. If nothing else, it’ll help you establish new contacts.
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Skills and Experience
  2. Look at new opportunities
Climbing the ladder that you’re on isn’t the only option. The average person changes their career seven times during a lifetime. If you’ve hit a brick wall in your current job, you may need a new challenge in a different sector. You have transferable skills, and a rewrite of your resume can lead to a new job. A quick browse of your favorite job website will show you which roles and sectors pay the best. While this isn’t the only barometer of success, you shouldn’t ignore the value of great pay.
3. Follow your passions
Financial obligations prevent some people from packing their bags to volunteer abroad for 12 months. However, that shouldn’t stop you from doing a job that actually makes a difference. There are many ways to achieve this, such as working for a charity or a green energy company. Alternatively, you could seek a more personal passion. It’s never too late to follow your passion for music production, childcare, or anything else. There’s nothing worse than looking back with regret.
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Follow your passions
4. Start a side hustle
There’s no greater way to reinvigorate your career than by launching a business of your own. Other commitments may prevent you from going all in, but a side hustle can be the perfect way to slowly build a company at your own pace. Kickstarter crowdfunding is ideal for those that have a winning product proposal. Other people may prefer to look at the prospect of affiliate marketing as a way to earn some extra cash on the side. This is before turning it into a primary source of income in later years.
5. Think about your look
Spoiler alert: looks matter in business. If you cannot represent yourself in a winning fashion, employers and clients will look unfavorably on you. Moreover, the fallout is sure to impact your sense of self-confidence and general feelings towards business. Find solutions that actively boost your health and energy too for the ultimate rewards. When you are confident in yourself as well as your ideas and work ethic, nothing can stop you from reaching your goals.
  1. Michael 4 years ago

    You are on point with this list. Kind of in this situation right now so I should know about this, Thanks for this.

  2. Laura Dove 4 years ago

    What a great post and you make so many valid points here. You are right, looks do matter in business, I have redesigned my whole blog to suit my brand this week.

  3. Lady In Read 4 years ago

    all valid points and i am working on updating my skills, my resume at this time

  4. Annemarie LeBlanc 4 years ago

    The best advice I have received when I was working in the corporate world was to "unlearn and learn." It meant letting go of the practices from a previous employment and learning new, more effective ways to improve on my career. Adding new skill sets is always a good thing.

  5. Kristine Nicole Alessandra 4 years ago

    I think we must take a step out of comfort zone and be open to new opportunities. Equipping ourselves with new knowledge is always a good thing too.

  6. Marjie Mare 4 years ago

    I have been in my job for more than 6 years and I haven't looked my resume since then. Thanks for sharing this inspiring post.

  7. Archana Singh 4 years ago

    Some very important and valuable tips. I totally agree that looks matter in business. Your looks create the first impression.

  8. Clarice 4 years ago

    Totally agree with you. I just wish I can truly follow my passions and volunteer abroad but as a wife, I can't simply go away. Love your thought on personal passion — thus, now I am starting on my book writing project.

  9. Elizabeth O 4 years ago

    I love your input and all these tips are very helpful. One thing that strikes me the most is always follow your passion. Its common but yet so meaningful

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