If you are a freelancer and want to know how to increase your prices so that you can take your business to the next level, here some some of my top tips.
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At some point in your life, you are likely to need to change jobs. No matter the reason, one of the ways you can advance your career is with the help of a career coach.
Can you really expect to enjoy your work all the time? And what does it say for those who are working careers they aren’t particularly fond of in the name of survival?
Chances are that, no matter where you live, you are likely to have multiple jobs throughout your lifetime. When you consider that you are likely to change jobs several times throughout your career, it becomes evident that you need to work on yourself as a brand. You need to be able to “sell yourself.”
In an ideal world we would all work in jobs we love as well as receive a bumper salary. Sadly, this isn’t an ideal world and you might find yourself forced to make a decision at some point.
How many people do you know who say that they would love to be a carpenter or a gardener or a writer or whatever else but can’t because it doesn’t pay enough? Personally, I know about half a dozen people who have confessed to me that they hate their job and only do it because of the money. So how do you decide whether to choose a good salary or the job you really want?
The job hunt was difficult enough before the recession, and in this economy it can be even harder. As you start the job hunt process, here are 7 tips that can make your efforts a little more effective.
Recently, there has been a lot of talk about college, and whether or not it is worth the cost you are likely to pay to attend.
Alan Corey has a great sense of humor, but I really like his unconventional advice for cutting through the noise in getting a resume to the right people, and landing a good job in a tough market.