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How to Escape from a Dead-End Career While There's Still Time
If you're a square peg in a round hole, it's time to figure out ways to get offers from square-hole employers with deep pockets.
If you have hit a dead end in your career, it's time to get out.
If you have hit a ceiling in your career, it's time to get out.
Competition from Asia is getting fierce. It may be time for you to take evasive action.
This department offers strategies and tactics for finding a better job and landing it.
If you decide that you've spent too many years dealing with corporate hierarchies, office politics, blame-shifting and back-biting, it's time to start your own business on the side: weekends and after-hours. Build it as an escape hatch. For this strategy, I offer the Business Start-Up department.
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To get the job, you first have to get the interview. This strategy will get you the interview. keep reading
Where to look? It's not where you think. You are thinking like everyone else who is looking for a job. keep reading
This would be obvious to any direct marketer or a journalist, but not to anyone else. keep reading
Until you say them, your chances of a raise are minimal. keep reading
Don't think of a job interview as an interview. keep reading
These are basic skills imparted to college graduates. keep reading
You see almost no YouTube video that has all eight . . . or even three. keep reading
You may not have thought through why this is a necessity. It's time to think it through. keep reading
You must move into the top 20%. Then move higher. keep reading
Count the cost . . . the whole cost. Few people do this systematically. Let me show you how. keep reading
Do not get run over by an incompetent boss. Get his job instead. keep reading