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Setbacks are a natural propensity in leadership and business development. It would be great if a vaccine provided immunity from potential failures. Until then, we all face challenges that can shake us at our core. Rather than allowing setbacks to halt professional growth, use such experiences as a springboard to manifest influential outcomes. Winston Churchill once said, “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” Failure is not the end, but rather provides an opportunity for significant transformation.
First impressions can create a lasting impact. This is true in today’s competitive business world as jobseekers strive to shine among other potential candidates. Dressing professional and drafting an impressive resume are essentials to get an interview. Doing so shows enthusiasm and seriousness for the occupational opportunity being presented. Most employers expect job candidates to have a presentable resume, professional attire, and arrive 10- 15 minutes before the scheduled interview. What many businesses are not expecting is a thank-you letter from every job applicant. Writing a thank-you letter can seem trivial, yet it can positively enhance job opportunities.
Are you venturing new career paths? If so, it’s fundamental to examine jobs with limited employment opportunities. According to Forbes certain careers are anticipated to decline by 2020. Some of the occupations listed may catch you by surprise, while others are presently scarce in todays job market. One commonality among the positions outlined below is starting level of education. These jobs required a high school degree or equivalent. A large pool of employment opportunities remains constant among professionals with more advanced studies. That is not to say professions are limited to individuals with advanced degrees as some career paths are successful without a college degree or equivalent education. When determining suitable occupations, it’s key to consider work opportunities and future growth potentials.
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