You need to collect experiences throughout your careers, whether that be with five employers or ten.
“Multitasking makes you work and deliver results on various projects at the same time.”
GOALS: Set tactical goals. Prioritize the list to ensure the important things are addresses first.
View your first job as a means to accomplishing a specific goal.

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Before you get to your interview, silence your phone.
Running late not only suggests poor time management skills, but shows a lack of respect for the company, the position and even your interviewer.
You should consider applying for a job that includes your interests or things you are passionate about.
Be aware of your body language and stay focused, listening politely to what the interviewer has to say and be positive and enthusiastic.
Don’t use slang language, although you should feel comfortable around your interviewers, but they are not your best friends.
The interviewer really doesn’t need to know your whole life story. Keep your answers succinct, to-the-point and focused.
Avoid cliques, sharing confidences, or adopting a group lunch when you’re new.
While working in a team tries to finish off the given task on time so that overall work is not affected.
Before appearing to an interview do a little bit research about the company.
When a person is clear about his career goals and objectives he will get ultimate satisfaction from his job and will grow faster.
Before you ask for a raise, ask for more work, even the work no one else want to do. It shows your employer that you can handle greater response.
Maintain eye contact with your potential employer and pay attention throughout the entire interviewing process.
Be aware of your body language and stay focused listening, politely to what the interviewer has to say and be positive and enthusiastic.
Don’t use slang language, although you should feel comfortable around your interviewers, but they are not your best friends.
Your main goal at work should be learn and contribute.
It’s great to be an expert in a specific area, but it’s also important to diversify your skill set in the beginning of your career.
Your resume should get very specific when giving your accomplishments. Talk facts, figures and numbers.
Talk to your boss. Stress that you want your job performance to meet the company’s goals. Share your own career goals.
Stay out of the gossip circles and office politics, make sure people know you can be trusted.
People will respect and trust you if they see that you’re taking risks and aren’t ashamed to learn from them.
Talk openly about your failures. People will respect and trust you if they see that you’re taking risks and aren’t ashamed to learn from them.
Your professional network is extremely valuable. No matter what your reason is for leaving a job, never burn the bridge when you move on.