If you are one of those executive types unhappy at your present post and embarking on finding a new job, just remember that the job interview is considered to be the most critical aspect of every…Continue
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People decide to quit their jobs for several reasons. Sometimes employees wear out, bored or frustrated with their work. Other times, there are personal reasons that require a career change or location. Also some employees feel that they are not appreciated for their contributions, or feel they have opportunities for growth.
Not feel appreciated
If you do not feel appreciated in your current job, you may consider quitting. It can be challenging to give everything…
Oracle founder Larry Ellison, addressing the University of Southern California’s graduating class of 2016 on Friday, urged the more than 12,000 degree candidates to heed a lesson he learned early in his career: Follow your own dreams, not those of your well-meaning family and friends.
And if you’re not sure what you want to do with your professional life, he said, “keep searching until you find a job that ignites your passion.”
Ellison, awarded an honorary doctorate of humane…Continue
There are signs that indicate if you are more than a common leader.
What distinguishes an extraordinary leader other leaders? Here are the signs that will tell if you're more than just a common leader.
1. You worry about how others feel.
2. Hear what others have to say.
3. Helps others selflessly.
4. Encourage others to talk to you freely.
5. Always open to suggestions.
6. You treat everyone with the same respect you show your friends and…Continue
Whether you are on the side of those who hire or interviewed, know that the process of finding a good job option is a challenge for everyone involved, but worth seeking out.
I recently read a study showing that more than 60% of Americans do not feel their work is a good option for them. He also noted that more than half of all US workers surveyed feel "unhappy" and / or "depressed" in his current job.
Whether you are on the side of those who hire or interviewed, know that the…Continue