Career planning isn’t what it used to be. To follow the old paradigm–sending your resume around for feedback on what you can get or what you’d be good for–is outdated and exhausting.
That said, even if you think you know what you want, any plan you put in place will be outdated almost immediately thanks to change driven by markets, unanticipated events and technology changes.
These days, you’re lucky if you can plan your day, much less your career.
Effective career planning for the job market today means you must surf the waves of change coming at you. It requires that you get clear on what you want so you can network to attract it and effectively search for job openings that match your desires. But how should you go about this “attraction” approach to creating career opportunities?
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