3 edition of Surviving the career doldrums found in the catalog.
Surviving the career doldrums
by ERIC Clearinghouse on Adult, Career, and Vocational Education, Center on Education and Training for Employment, College of Education, the Ohio State University in Columbus, OH
Written in English
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Surviving IT is written for any tech industry professional who feels stuck, is struggling in their career, or starting to feel that they just aren't suited to work in the tech industry. If you're looking to start a new career in the IT industry, I am confident you will also learn a lot from this book to get off to a great start in your career.
Surviving the Career Doldrums By Susan Imel An accountant in her 40s is rising in her field and her career is thriving. She has, however, lost her enthusiasm. Get this from a library. Surviving the career doldrums. [Susan Imel; ERIC Clearinghouse on Adult, Career, and Vocational Education.]. Individuals who are bored or dissatisfied with their career or are feeling stalled or plateaued in their career, may be suffering from the career doldrums.
Although career doldrums may be associated with certain life and career stages (for example, middle age or the stabilization stage of career development), they may also depend on how personally knowledge workers view their work and its : Susan Imel. How to Recognize and Survive Career Doldrums. by Karima Mariama-Arthur, Esq.
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The book is called Surviving IT, and was released in You can find out more right here. But for those of you looking for a place to start, I've collected many of my thoughts on this topic right here in this article.
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Avoid The Mid-Career Doldrums. 28 Jan, in Career by John Callaway. Read a tech book. There’s a thousand different ways to keep up. You should constantly be aware and improve yourself. Is it time to move on? It may be tempting just to stick out a crummy situation.
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