So here's the problem. I work as a bartender and have for years. I've been at my current job for 4 years and my boss REALLY wants me to be a manager. I appreciate that he has faith in me and my ability to be a good leader, but I don't know that I want to be a manager.
I know it'll be good for my career development but I really enjoy being a bartender. But he's been asking me every single shift....
Positive imagery and a clear idea of your career goals are powerful ways to remain inspired to advance. Below you will find some helpful tools designed to help you get started today!
Use this Skills Matcher to identify your in-demand skills and match them to new jobs and career paths where your skills will be valued!
Give your career a BOOST with free, subsidized and/or affordable short-term career training, see Local Training Finder
My coworker wrote an informative article and shared 7 tips to asking for a raise (and get it!) I was curious... have YOU ever asked for a raise?
Jobcase is excited to announce that we've partnered up with Skillshare to offer our members a FREE month of Skillshare Premium.
Curated by Jobcase and Skillshare, these selected courses will help you make the most out of your job search, improve key skills for your work life and career, and make the most of the new year by developing productivity habits to help you thrive!
Have you realized that you may be a bit overqualified at your current job? Here are some tips to help you through.
Ask for more responsibilities
There's nothing worse than feeling bored at work. Ask your manager or supervisor for additional duties or responsibilities. You may be surprised with what you are offered to take on! This could help you add some excitement into your days AND give you some resume-boosting experience.
Extend a helping hand to fellow coworkers
If you notice that a coworker is always frazzled and overwhelmed with too many tasks, see if you can help out. You may be able to work on new projects and even learn a new skill or two.
Network, network, network
Never underestimate the power of making connections. Networking with others - those inside your company, clients, friends of friends, etc. - can help you gain insights into other industries and positions that could help you down the line! You never know who you may meet, you could unwittingly make a career-changing connection!
Want to expand your #connections and build up your personal network… but not sure where to start? We’d LOVE help!
This article talks about who are the best professional connections to build your network. These connections will help you succeed in finding a job as well as building YOUR career.
Reach out if you have any questions! The entire Jobcase Team is here to help.
Making #connections is a crucial part of building your network and accelerating your career!
When pursuing his studies, Dovas realized how important it truly is.
"Networking is no longer optional; opportunities arise through interaction and not through a transcript."
Who have YOU connected with lately? Tag them in the comments below!
So, fire away with any question you have, join the group etc. All free, no strings.
Create long-term relationships with mutual benefits! Here are some reasons why cultivating #connections and networking should be an essential aspect if you truly want to build your career:
When you stand out in both your expertise and the services you offer, it creates room for partnership which in turn builds a career.
When people start noticing you, it opens the door for newer opportunities.
Even the simplest interaction with one person can transform a year-long research work and result in a breakthrough.
The contacts you keep are largely attributed to your growth. They largely influence growth in your status and pave the way for better opportunities in your career.