What strengths do I bring to the workplace?
Awwww, this question again.
It’s often tempting to just roll your eyes and rattle off the typical list of strong points: punctual, hard-working, outgoing, etc., etc.
And yet, we’ve all met or heard of individuals who fail to challenge themselves in this way.
The middle-aged architect who drags himself to work, distances himself from colleagues, and tallies the days until retirement. The educated homemaker who sends her children off to college then wonders, Okay, what now? The college senior overly-anxious about what career path to pursue and how to make the best impression on an employer.
Maybe any one of these people is you.
And if so, what are you going to do about it?
The Career Within You is a simple guide to matching your personality traits, perceived strengths, and fields of interest with specific careers. It also provides important tips on job-hunting, resume-writing, networking, and interviewing.
So whether you are dissatisfied with a job that’s become mundane or unbearable, unemployed, not sure how to sell yourself during job interviews, or even enamored with your current career, it’s always essential to recognize who you are as both a worker and a person. Let The Career Within You help you do that!
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