5 Career moves to make before the end of the year
The year is coming to an end, the holiday season is in full swing, and things are starting to wind down. It’s common for a lot of us to mentally check out. If you want to get a headstart in your career plans and goals for next year here are little things you can do right now to make sure that you can hit the ground running once the new year starts.
Make note of your achievements
Make a list of all the career wins that you have had this year. Not only will this help with staying motivated and positive, but also you can incorporate some of those career accomplishments into your CV.
Keep job searching
Just because we are in December it doesn’t that business stops. A lot of companies are still hiring and they need people. If you’re looking for a job in the IT and technology industry, take a look at the vacancies we have available right now.
Revamp your professional materials
This time of year is a great time to catch up with your broader network. Some people in your social network may not be in the same industry as you, but they may know others that can help you with your career.
Prepare for reviews
Take a moment to prepare for your performance reviews. Create a feedback file this can help you identify areas of development. And in addition, take time to schedule any career-related requests you may have(promotions, raise etc).
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