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Category: Career paths

Searching for a New Role? Networking and Job Boards at Top Says SFG Research Study

How do you find a new role in today's job market? As an outplacement firm we get asked that question every day. In our quest to answer it we are constantly gathering information from candidate experiences, and how they are finding jobs.

The Five Career Coaching Steps to Help You Prepare for Your Corporate Divorce

What if someone came to you and said “You will be going through a corporate divorce in your future. Everything is going well today but 10 years from now you will no longer be part of our organization”.

Career Coach – Five Ideas On How To Create a Personal Brand

Need help creating a personal brand?

Can I Really Have A Career That I Love?

As adults we spend the biggest part of our lives working in our career, so if it’s a mediocre career, often it translates into a mediocre life, an existence that is just okay with some ups and some downs.  And unfortunately, those who want a better than average career and life are often frustrated as they work hard and follow the accepted career advice but still experience little career mobility and or a constant sense of dissatisfaction.  When their efforts don’t bear fruit, they give up hoping and trying, and start treating their job as a “nine-to-five necessity”.

Are you dissatisfied with your Career?  Perhaps you need to CARE

Studies have shown that career success is illusive for many, if not most, of us.  At any point, the majority of employed adults have a level of dissatisfaction with their job and career.  We can vouch for this fact!  In our firm’s work with thousands of professionals over the years we have found that most people are in the midst of a mediocre career.  This fact has a large impact on every other aspect of their life.

What Can We Learn from the 3% of Professionals That Have a Truly Successful Career?

Our research shows that only 3% of professionals have a career of sustained success, what are they doing differently than the rest of us?

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