Seven Career Killers
— reported by Kiplinger’s
You worked hard to get the education, the skills and now the job. Don’t let these mistakes sabotage your climb up the career ladder.
Lying on your résumé, stealing office supplies or failing to show up for work will surely dampen your career prospects. But young workers need to beware of less-obvious mistakes that can sabotage their careers. Your behavior, attitude and appearance will play important roles in finding success, not only in your first job, but throughout your entire working lifetime.
Avoiding these seven career killers will help you craft a stellar reputation and keep your career on track.
- Having a sense of entitlement.
- Settling into your job description.
- Avoiding office politics.
- Not being a team player.
- Not dressing the part.
- Failing to network.
Found via LifeHacker.