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Become a Subject Matter Expert star
If you are part of the growing “fluid workforce” and are in charge of your own destiny, becoming an expert in your field is a must.

Career Growth in a Changing World star
Francina Harrison, also known as the Career Engineer, says that you should be thinking about benchmarks and performance. Decide for yourself where you would like to go. Create your own targets.

Collaborate with a Partner star
If you can’t find someone to work with in your circle, cast a wider net

Create Job Security through Networking star
Networking is a tried and true method of securing success.

Define What You Do star
Don’t get bogged down with titles, describe what you actually do.

Don’t Let That Great Opportunity Get Away star
Follow up is the key to networking success

Easy Networking Ideas star
For those who HATE to network.

Fill in Your Skill Gaps star
What skills do you need to land your perfect job? Create a “Career To-do List”

Finding Guidance in a Complex World star
Formal mentoring as we know it may be a thing of the past

Follow the Leaders star
Emulate first, then evolve.

Get Your Credentials in Order star
What do you need to achieve your career goals?

No Money or Time for School Right Now? star
Here are some things you can do in the meantime

Online Career Information star
Today when it comes to learning more about the world of work, along with self-help books, the internet is my main source of career information.

Real Success Without a Real Job-Book Review star
“If you have adopted the traditional model of success, but want to attain success outside the corporation, it’s wise to create your own model,” writes Ernie Zelinski

September is Update Your Resume Month star
If you’re only updating your resume every few years, then you might be forgetting about some of your major accomplishments. It’s best to update your resume whenever anything changes.

Starting at the Bottom star
The first step is as important as the final step in your journey

Take a Career Assessment Test star[offsite link]

The Freelance Career Track star
“Working for a number of employers simultaneously presents unique business opportunities and insulates you from sudden and total job loss,” says Kristin Cardinale

The Savvy Part-time Professional—Book Review star
For those who’d like to work less and enjoy life more part-time work is something to consider.

Try on a New Career star
Here are some ways to kick the tires before you fully invest in a new career

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