If you feel like searching for a new job, you aren’t. Bad bosses, uninspiring work, and lackluster benefits always get people to look for a new position, but it goes beyond that. These days, an increasing number of workers want to constantly change roles, companies, and even careers.
In this edition of Essentials, Korn Ferry dives into the so-called Nomad Economy, where everyone is always moving. Plus, get advice from Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison on how to strategically hunt—and then land—the job you want.
For more information on careers, check out KFAdvance.com. Plus, pick up a copy of Burnison’s new book, Advance: The Ultimate How-To Guide for Your Career.
The number of jobs you may have in your lifetime will likely be double that of a generation ago. How workers and companies should deal with this new reality.
Why tapping into your “right brain” skills is critical to advancing up the ladder.
Three questions to answer before deciding whether to stick with your current job or search for something else.
He may have written the book called “Lose the Resume,” but Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison does know the hallmarks of a well-crafted version.
The remarkably poor ways people have left jobs—and what it cost them.