There are times in your career when you need to respond quickly and make fast career decisions.
For example, you may be laid off unexpectedly. You need to act quickly to find a job.
But much of the time, a proactive — not a reactive — approach is a more effective way to work on your career.
Read on for three easy ways to begin building the career intelligence you need to make more informed career decisions in the future.
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