It was January of 1969, and The Beatles were a mess. The recording of an album tentatively titled ‘Get Back' was meant to be a ‘back to the basics' return to their roots, but personal problems between the Beatles escalated and culminated in George Harrison's walking out on the band.
Why do you go to work day to day? Presumably, you’re there primarily to earn the compensation you want in a place you like performing tasks you enjoy.
Why does an employer keep you coming back? Presumably because you’re adding value to the operation, either by generating revenues or savings or supporting operations that do.
The core of the job search is to sell that value to an employer who will satisfy the requirements you seek. To succeed, you need to prioritize both your goals and the value your achievements, skils and experience promise an employer. Read on to learn more about how to balance the two.
Are you selfish or savvy? As an employed job seeker, it's your responsibility to maintain your work performance while searching and to do it responsibly without your employer noticing.
As you age, you will want to change the types of jobs you seek, the personal brand you introduce, even the way you present your resume.