Saturday, August 10, 2013

Career choice

Look at educational requirements, the job description, the job outlook, earnings, and opportunities for advancement.


Create a career action plan- With a clear set of career goals, you can now constrict a career action plan. This plan lists your goals and the steps required to reach them


Pace yourself and don't take on too much at once. Career change doesn't happen overnight, and it is easy to get overwhelmed with all the steps to successfully change careers

Career choice

Make sure the career you choose is in demand, otherwise you may invest time and money in education only to find that your chosen field has become obsolete.


Do Your Homework. You may have graduated with honors, but the real research begins now. Invest your skills and time into studying opportunities in your field of interest


Follow Every Lead. The time you invest in one interview can, and should, lead to the next one.

Project Details

Go into detail about projects u were involved in dat show leadership,determination,extract skills n achievements that are most relevant to employers' needs n leave out details dat don't add value

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Be proactive

Know your options, and find a way to fit in some fun for yourself. Only you can make your goals materialize-so get started!

Saturday, June 8, 2013


All work and no play is a recipe for burnout, so make sure you draw a line when it comes to overtime and extra work

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Job search

If you're conducting your own job search, be bold to ask about other opportunities and for an interview referral to explore them

Tuesday, June 4, 2013


Every Career Begins with a Job. This is particularly important for you to consider if you've identified a company you really like

Monday, June 3, 2013

Find balance:

Work isn't everything! Sure, you have to pay your dues when you're the new kid on the block, but don't make it a habit

Work Part Time

Many job seekers are anxious to get a full time offer; however, part time work in the right environment is often the best way to make your mark at a company.

Friday, May 31, 2013


Expand your experience. Volunteer for special projects or assignments that are outside your everyday role. Discuss your goals with your boss, an HR representative, or a senior leader

Tuesday, May 28, 2013


Be customer-centric. Whether your customers are internal or external, know their wants and needs, and be fervent about meeting them