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Evitar el trabajo equivocado

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    Sarah C.
    US
    Sarah C.

    Key assumptions: Resume Building: Don't do things because you think other people want you to. Don't suffer. Flexibility. The first job out of school isn't that big of a deal. Be a Generalist. Dangers in Specialization.

    Saketh R.
    IN
    Saketh R.

    could you do it with english subtitles please?

    Ilze-Mari G.
    ZA
    Ilze-Mari G.

    The thing is though, when you don't have any work experience in any field, you have to take any job you can get, whether you'll like it or not, just to gain some experience. Unfortunately, in my experience, most companies don't want employ people with no experience, they don't want to go through the trouble of 'teaching' you. So before you can do what you think you'll enjoy, you have to go through a few not-so-fun jobs just to gain some experience.

    Erica B.
    US
    Erica B.

    Specializtion : "A faulty assumption". The author provides key information that specialization is limiting to locating potential career opportunities. However, narrowing selection based on interests, credentials, education, and career selection can enable our desired career path.

    Mariama S.
    US
    Mariama S.

    I dont know who is Alison but I wish you long life and success. God bless you for this opportunity you are giving me

    Brigitte S.
    DE
    Brigitte S.

    My first job I stayed in for 12 years. I enjoyed my job and my career path. Sadly I moved to Germany and could until now not find anything I enjoy doing. Hopefully this will make me succeed in finding something I feel passionate about doing.

    Esraa E.
    EG
    Esraa E.

    the wrong career is like a hell experience for everyone of us .

    R.d.t prrlltll P.
    PK
    R.d.t prrlltll P.

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    ALONZO M.
    US
    ALONZO M.

    done

    Jason S.
    NZ
    Jason S.

    Interesting to review and reflect with on where I am at currently in my career, I think one thing of importance is the comments made concerning 'career' and that the average 'career span' for a new graduate was 11 months. One of the things I have learnt in during 17 years since graduating with my first degree was you may not be in the same 'job' but have several jobs as part of your career. I think the two often get confused, but once you find your passion make that your career for as long as it remains your passion.

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