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How to Overcome Doubts in Careers

Updated on May 19, 2016

Be honest now about your work career. Do the job you are living right now is appropriate or just to pay the bills until you get a job that really desirable?

A survey in 2015 conducted Jobvite found that 32 per cent of employees aged 18 to 29 years said their current job only "stepping stone". In addition, 39 percent of them found a job position is still in the early levels.

It is proved that for most people, although it is appropriate to start a career does not mean it is easier to reach the goal or you can not increase in the period of a long job. In a career there are only two options is selected, ie you can while working and waiting for an opportunity to come, or a pro-active step to find jobs that you want.

As reported by the on Wednesday (27/04/2016), summarizes some steps that you got a job with a long period of time.

1. Find your career path while at work
As I started traveling cross country for an assignment from the office, you may be while looking for other types of employment suitable. Doing observation phase to weigh whether the line of work you're living is suitable or not. Additionally, began to develop themselves to examine what you encounter during the course of duty.

2. Decide further or not you have any views on whether or not prospects
Called entry level job is not without reason that you only advance the corporate leaders not yourself. According to a survey conducted by LinkedIn in 2015, 45 percent of employees leave the workplace length because they do not see opportunities for career advancement. Because, to enhance the professional skills of self takes hard work and should be supported by the company's management system is also good.

3. Preparing the future talks
Whether you decide to keep working at the company or not, should be prepared with your supervisor about the future. A Towers Watson survey conducted in 2015 found that 62 percent of employees feel their managers do not spend enough time to help them set the pace. If you are in that position, began to take initiatives to start a conversation about it.

4. Set realistic goals
Career progress is gradual and to become a CEO of a big company, like Google before the age of 30 years is not a realistic goal. However, to achieve everything you want to do, you can start from simple things to think about themselves. What do you get for a career should not be removed just like that, but it could be a provision to the next step. By creating a realistic goal, you have created a mindset that will encourage to continue to work hard.


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