I'm Destiny, and my New Year's resolution was to get out of my dead-end job. I wasn't sure how to start. I tried searching for jobs online, but who would hire me when I've only worked fast food and wasn't even a manager? I couldn't decide what field interested me anyway.
“Jada?” I called up my best friend. “What are you doing lately?”
Are you a risk-taker? While jumping into a new career may seem daunting, taking the initial plunge is necessary for making great accomplishments. Grace Brown is one recent Rockford Career College graduate who found that taking the risk was worthwhile.
Do you have a New Year's resolution? With 2019 only a few days away, now is a great time to consider what improvements could be made to your professional life. Whether you are looking to switch careers or advance in your current field, Rockford Career College is ready to assist you. Here's how a career resolution could help you this year:
Have you ever been uncertain if a job was right for you? Many consider welding to be a male-oriented career, but there are plenty of opportunities for women to thrive in this trade. Fast growth in the trades has inspired women like Paige Kroschel to explore this career path. Ms. Kroschel graduated from Rockford Career College's welding program this month and is ready to begin her new dream job.
Self-improvement can be one of life's most difficult challenges. Complacency keeps us locked in jobs we dislike. Fear of failure prevents us from searching for a solution. Ever-present distractions of media and entertainment eat away our time for introspection. It is no wonder that we continually attempt to push away the lingering thought:
“Why don't I try?”