It's a fact: Most people will not stay in one job for life. As well, some studies say we will change jobs an average of 11 times in a lifetime. The days of the job lifer is practically non-existent. It's not always the case for many professionals like doctors, lawyers, and certain specialized areas but it is the case for the majority of the population.
A new book by LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman speaks to the new free agent marketplace in : The Alliance: Managing Talent in the Networked Age and it means you need to have a new approach to working in today's economy.
This new chameleon reality is one of the reasons I am a hosting a Career Planning Workshop with resume specialist and Connection Corner networking member, Shelley Yoo.
Date: Wednesday, September 17th
Time: 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Location: Thompson Building, Bay and Queen, 3rd floor boardroom
We are excited to share simple but powerful steps in having a top-notch career momentum plan that is not just for moving to a new job but is also a plan for continual life career change.
It's a chance to feel confident in whatever change happens in your job situation and it's pretty much a given you will. We will share tips on how to be open to strategic networking, smart and stand-out resume updates, experience upgrades and a solid career plan for changes that will most likely happen for you in the next 2 to 10 years.
Some extra career planning goodies include:
- Resume Templates
- On-site career test
- Career-relevant templates like a career momentum plan
We want to simplify your life and have you walk away with with a smart and timely career plan. Now that's great Career Mojo.