"career planning" Archive

10 Steps for Making a Career Change After 40

Deciding to change careers, industries, or roles can be challenging and exciting. Actually taking the needed steps to make the change can be confusing and overwhelming. But in this post from The ...

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Upskill or Fade Away

Upskilling – the process of identifying gaps and seeking out growth opportunities to address them – is largely considered an individual responsibility. But what obligation do organizations have ...

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Grow Where You’re Planted: Adapting to Job Change in the Midst of a Pandemic

By Allison McWilliams (’95), Ph.D., Assistant VP, Mentoring and Alumni Personal & Career Development, Wake Forest University

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The short- and long-term economic ...

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Reimagine Your Career for an Uncertain Future

We’re all dealing with a lot of uncertainty right now. What will work look like in the next six months or a year? What will our lives look like? Will we return to some state of “normal” as we ...

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Current State of the Job Market

In the following video, Wake Forest University’s Executive Director of Employer Relations, Stuart Mease, gives a breakdown of the current state of the job market for current students, recent ...

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