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Asked by Timothy on May 7, 2018

I have a bachelor of science in education and a masters of education in mismanagement and supervision. I have 20 years of experience as a school principal. I'm looking for a career change. What opportunities should I pursue given my degree and experiences?

Quest, ADP have responded.

I don't know how you feel about sales, but I was once told that educators make great sales reps. That is the case because educators are patient and instruct people naturally. I've also seen former educators…

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Asked by Jonathan on May 18, 2018

I've been with my company for almost three years now. Have had the opportunity to go for a short international assignment and have landed a role that I'm very happy with. Problem is that it's not clear what the next move might be. I've been in this role for a year now and there's no path for development. When is it the right time to explore externally?

VFC, Tenneco have responded.

You've been with your company for 3 years now and 1 year in your current role, that is a more than fair commitment, now is the right time to explore externally.  Remember, you're just exploring, if you…

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Asked by Emily on May 23, 2018

I just started a new job, and honestly I'm having a difficult time. It's harder than I expected and much different from college. Do you have any advice on how to make this process easier?

Textron, ADP have responded.

Transitioning from college to the workforce can be a challenging and difficult experience especially if the position is not what you expected or challenging to grasp. My first piece of advice would be to have…

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Asked by Emily on May 23, 2018

I get along with my coworkers fine, but I feel like I'm not making any meaningful connections. How do I change this?

Worthington, Textron have responded.

This is a great question. I would suggest that when you meet someone, you ask if it's ok for you to put 15 minutes on their calendar to get to know them and their role a bit better. You can also suggest grabbing…

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Asked by Emily on May 23, 2018

What's the best way to ask an employer for a referral?

Worthington have responded.

It's important to first make sure your current employer is aware that you are searching for a new position. This should not come as a surprise if you are approaching graduation. I would say to them that you…

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