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Career alert: These skills will be redundant in 2017

Career alert: These skills will be redundant in 2017

Admin | Jan 20, 2017 - 11:24 PM

As per World Economic Forum report about 5 million jobs will get redundant by 2020 and so would be the skills required to do these jobs.

Speaking about this issue, Niharika Jalan, Head Training, Kestone Integrated Marketing Services Pvt Ltd said, “A latest report by HFS research said, India could lose 6.4 lakh low-skilled positions in IT services and the BPO industry because of the automation of support and back-office processing work. This would essentially include the entry level jobs s......

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Career alert: These skills will be redundant in 2017

4 Tips on How to Plan Your Professional Development for the Next Year

SmartPH | Dec 14, 2016 - 10:12 AM

With the new year almost upon us it’s time to start making plans for the next one. Now, you could do what you do most years and that is plan to exercise, lose some weight or smoke less. That will probably work out as well as it did the last few times you said you’d do these things.

Alternatively, you could do something that will actually help you next year and decide to make some plans for how you’re going to develop professionally. If you’d like to do the former, well t......

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Career alert: These skills will be redundant in 2017

Turn The Job They Offer Into The Job You Want

Admin | Oct 20, 2016 - 11:17 AM

You’ve gotten the offer, congratulations! Maybe you’re inclined to accept. It’s been a long search, the offer seems pretty good, and if you hesitate they might just change their mind, right? Not necessarily. Nine times out of 10 it’s in your interest to pause, take a short time to reflect on the job itself, and depending on what you find negotiate to get what you want.

In that short window of time between their offer and your acceptance, you have an opportunity to furthe......

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Career alert: These skills will be redundant in 2017

Five ways to adjust to a new job

Admin | Oct 04, 2016 - 10:06 AM

A new job spells a fresh start at a different workplace. Many employees are anxious about adapting to a changed environment. ET brings you expert suggestions on how to overcome the pressure of making a positive first impression and adjusting to a new job.

Preparation is Key

Take some time to research the company and team members you will be working with. “Informally meeting key team members in the run­ up to the joining date helps settle in faster,” says Kenneth Lean, VP, Mercu......

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