One job, one experience, and one career at a time
Where you go is not who you’ll be. Drown the noise outside and tune in to what’s resonating on the inside. Just because a job looks outstanding on paper, doesn’t mean it’ll make an ideal career for you.
Experiences open new career possibilities and pathways for you, facilitating you with options in the long run.
And don’t worry if you feel underqualified for job roles, more often than not, workplaces tend to value experience over defined skillsets. Why? Because skills can be taught and developed over time whereas experience is invaluable.
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