You may find yourself very unhappy with your workplace situation. You may feel a level of stress at work that can no longer be ignored. This may prompt you to seek a resolution to the situation by either addressing the issues at your current workplace or seeking a new job or career.
In academic settings many students have become accustomed to having mentors available to them. Not only are there mentors in the academic setting, but they are also in the career world.
You may be at a stage where you’re considering potential options for career advancement in order to achieve a higher goal or to explore a different aspect of your profession.
Career Transitions may be deliberate or unintentional.
In recent years, many established workers have found it necessary to go back to school for an advanced degree for several reasons.
At some point in your career you may come to a juncture where a need exists to reevaluate and reflect upon the current status o
The Career Development Center offers a wide variety of services. The following are particularly relevant as you complete the Launch Your Career section of GOALS
As part of the GOALS Program, diversity can be a key component of career development.
Salary negotiation is a sensitive topic for discussion with a potential employer, so you do not want to overstep your boundaries, but you definitely do not want to sell yourself short.
A great salary paired with benefits is important when deciding if the offer is fair.