The first day of work has arrived! You're anxious, scared, and intimidated by other experienced employees. Everyone knows you’re a new graduate, and the look of fear on your face clearly spells out "rookie". What is the key to integrating with successful peers? There are ways to make your first impression on the job a positive experience. Yes, even if you are fresh out of graduate school!
Blog Posts by Yeneilyn Haim, RN
My name is Yeneilyn Haim. I’m a writer and marketer for Thoemke Enterprises. My love for journalism originated early in life when I was offered an editorial role in the sports section of my high school's newspaper. As a Registered Nurse educator, I also find myself researching, teaching, and writing. I unify my skills to provide readers purposeful information on career advice, management skills, employment tips, and trending news. I hope you find value in these articles, and I'm looking forward to hearing your feedback!
Welcome the New Year with career-centered resolutions! If you’re initiating a new career, graduated from your profession, or aspiring for job growth, the New Year is a great time to examine career goals and aspirations. It's time to shine professional skills and expound on your potential in the workplace!
5 Tips to Boost Career Growth in 2015:
1. Take educated risks:
Accept new tasks and projects. Taking professional risks displays flexibility, and opens greater possibilities for career growth and opportunities. Stepping out of your comfort zone, gives room for growth in the company and also in your own personal career endeavors.