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At work, changes come from every direction. For instance, you can't assume you will have the same congenial boss a year from now. In fact, you can't even assume that the values and culture of the company will be the same in two years.
You, too, change as you grow and have a different outlook. Your needs change, and your job conditions change, A search for the "one job of your life" is a dead-end mission, because no job is "the" job through 10 or 20 years of change.
We've pulled together an activity list to help with your continual quest of Career Fulfillment.
Remember, fulfillment is a dynamic, ongoing process of growth. It requires continual assessing, planning, guiding and nurturing.
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