The old concept of working for one company and then retiring and taking home a pension after 40 years has long since faded into the past. These days, many people change careers multiple times prior to deciding on the right one.
According to a study conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, workers today change jobs every 4.2 years, on average.
While some may worry about the effect of constant career-hopping, it’s okay to change your mind about your career while on your path.
In this article, we take a look at five ways to help you discover the right business career path for you. Use these ideas to guide you so you can find your true path to an incredibly satisfying career.
1. Outline Your Career Goals
This is the first in a series of guest blog posts by NLU alumni, who will be discussing an array of topics based on their current professional roles, hobbies, and passions.
A BABA (Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration) is valuable in many areas of business, including sales, marketing, customer service, accounting, HR, ICT, and admin.
I have found it particularly helpful in my career as a marketer.
Having this degree has made me a well-rounded marketer, and it has opened up a lot of new opportunities for me over the years.
In this article, I want to share with you the different ways a BABA compliments a marketing career.