7 Career Tips For The Young Professional

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Life after college can be daunting.  Below are a few simple tips to help establish the foundation to a successful livelihood.

 

  1. WRANGLE IN ESSENTIAL LIFE RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Skills such as – Living within your means, starting a 401k, dealing with rejection, paying bills on time and having a good credit score.
  1. PUSH YOUR LIMITS BEYOUND YOUR COMFORT ZONE
    • Challenge yourself– Especially in social settings, getting over the fear of being social is something best to overcome young. Your older self will thank you when it comes to networking.
  1. EXPAND YOUR HORIZONS
    • Gain some perspective- Find a cause that is important to you, volunteering your time and helping someone else in need will not only give you fulfillment but keep your priorities straight.
  1. EVALUATE YOUR WEEK
    • Ask yourself what went well; what went bad- Think of what this could do for your personal and professional growth if you did this every week for a whole year. After you review your week make adjustments accordingly to continue growing.
  1. FEED THE PIGGY BANK
    • Getting old is inevitable- Before you know it you’ll be thinking about retirement but don’t wait till you’re already older to start a plan. Ask HR about any 401k options your company offers and start saving for your future.
  1. BE IN THE KNOW
    • Stay updated on current events- You don’t want to be the only one who can’t participate in a conversation because you have no idea what’s going on in the news.
  1. INTRODUCE A DROP OF PANDEMONIUM
    • Having a day to day routine is great but- Don’t get too used to no change in your life. Shake things up, take a solo vacation, travel the world, prove that you can adapt and prevail in the face of change.

 

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