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The holidays are all about giving back, and believe it or not, making time to help others this holiday season can also benefit your career. Volunteering, whether it’s through charity fundraising and event coordination or helping out at an animal shelter, is a great way to expand your network, hone your skills, and gain experience, while also enhancing your resume.
The key is to look for volunteering opportunities that are somehow related to your field of expertise, as this will help you gain the right kind of experience while also meeting key people in your industry.
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Even if you’re not job hunting at the moment, knowing what your strengths and most recent accomplishments are can give you the extra incentive and confidence you need to ask for a promotion or apply for new jobs.
There are many reasons not to put your job search on hold this holiday season. For one thing, focusing on your career while most other people are relaxing at home means you’ll have less competition to deal with.
Now that you have a better idea of what your skills and strengths are, it’s time to think about how you want to use them in the future. Start by writing down the main things that are important to you in a job, such as flexible hours, your preferred salary, and opportunities to travel or use c...
The holidays are wonderful time for connecting with friends and family, but they’re also a time when you might be required to interact with people you don’t necessarily have much in common with—from polite get-togethers with distant relatives to office parties where you’re forced to make small ta...
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