Don’t miss the opportunity to make the new year super productive and follow all 15 career improvement steps we’ve written about. At the end of the year, you will be grateful to yourself – go ahead! 1) Make a plan for the year Write down the goals you want to accomplish and outline a preliminary plan of action. Break down the goal into specific objectives and act consistently. 2) Take the course It is important to regularly improve knowledge in your field, and courses are a great assistant in this. Sign up for a course and complete it entirely by completing related assignments. Then youRead More →

Translated editor Melissa Chu’s article on Medium, where she argues that intelligence and hard work are not synonymous with success and well-being. Read it if you, like us, have been told otherwise for half your life. For a long time, I believed that if smart people worked hard, they would be successful. But then I realized that there are no 100% guarantees. Some of my acquaintances have created outstanding things, some not bad, but there were also those who did not understand at all what they were doing. Despite the fact that all these people were educated and hardworking. Later, I realized that when itRead More →

Earlier one portal conducted a study among recruiters. The main goal was to understand what recruiters are looking at on a resume and how much time they spend. The study used the technology of mouse tracking – this is when the statistics of the movement of the cursor across the screen are analyzed. The results are as follows: Personal information – up to 3 sec. Post Title – 1 sec Career goals – up to 5-8 sec. Key information – up to 12-15 seconds Last or current place of work – 15-17 sec. Previous place of work – 8-12 sec. Earlier place of work –Read More →