You've heard about the Great Resignation, and you probably assume it's easy to get a job because of it. While some employers are still struggling and seeking to hire a majority of the people who apply, many are being cautious about their hiring practices. Here's why:
It happens to the best of workers. The years go by, and they have numerous accolades, certifications, and years of experience, yet they don't feel successful in their endeavors. Young people still have lots of time to experiment, but middle-aged people don't. Here's what you can do if you don't feel like you've reached a point of success in your career:
Sometimes it's difficult to tell how well you're performing in a new job. Your employer might not be the type to give you a nod or thumbs up when you do a fantastic job, and he or she may only acknowledge you when you do something wrong. Here's how you can tell how well you're doing, even if your boss doesn't say so:
Don’t be fooled into thinking that the only way you can make a great income is by taking on a boring, white-collar job in an office. There are plenty of blue-collar jobs out there that pay a white-collar income. Let’s look at three occupations that pay well with minimum training.