How new hires can stand out
YOU want to make a splash at your first job and set your path to success. To that end, you want to filter through the countless pieces of advice out there and get the really good nuggets of wisdom to help you succeed.
Below, experts give their single best pieces of advice for a recent graduate STARTING IN THEIR FIRST JOB.
process or better serving customers.” Roy Cohen, career coach and author of “The Wall Street Professional’s Survival Guide”. He continues: “No one likes working with a ‘brown nose’. The best way to distinguish yourself is to work hard, stay late, don’t complain and spend time with key decision makers.”
CAREERS are built on networking with the boss and co-workers.