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Managing Your Career by MTD Training

Small book cover: Managing Your Career

Managing Your Career
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776817145
Number of pages: 59

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Do you have a career path? Do you know exactly what you want in terms of your career? Do you know what you’ll be best suited to? All of these questions need answering if you want a happy and fruitful career. You spend a great proportion of your life at work so it pays to choose and manage your career wisely! In this textbook you will work through a series of exercises and content so that you will be able to plan and map out a rewarding career for yourself.

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