1 To Launch Something New, You Need a Good Plan
Your long and varied career is likely to include a series of new jobs and other fresh starts. In 2014, the median time workers had been with their current employer was 4.6 years, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. And even if you defy the odds and stay with the same employer for much of your work life, your positions will change; you’ll take on new projects, clients, or assignments; and your entire organization could be repeatedly transformed.
What I learned from my worst first day at work
My worst first day was 30 years ago, but it remains a vivid memory. I was a few years out of law school and shifting to a new firm in the nation’s capital. The title on my business card read “partner” ...
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