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3 Ways to Succeed in any Entry-Level Position

Aug 8, 2018 10:11:00 AM

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Though it may not be the job of your dreams, taking on an entry-level position is the best way to kick off your career, make connections and gain valuable experience in your newly chosen field. With this in mind, here's a look at a few ways that you can succeed in this kind of situation: 

Be willing to wear many hats – An low-level position is a great opportunity to prove your worth to a company, so if you're asked to do something that may be outside of your job description, this is your chance to demonstrate your versatile skill set and show how quickly you can learn and excel at a new task.

Become friendly with your coworkers - "A new job always provides ample opportunities to make connections," Target's vice president of public relations, Dustee Jenkins, told Business Insider. "Don't be afraid to walk up and introduce yourself. Invite your colleagues to lunch or coffee, get their take on the ins and outs of the city, and if that doesn't work, come armed with sweets. Who can turn down home baked goodies?"

Display your unique skills - Young adults have certain advantages of their older colleagues. For example, if you're proficient with technology, share your knowledge with your coworkers and become the person they turn to with certain questions. 

If you're a interested in pursuing software developer, Oracle or JAVA jobs in Houston and the surrounding area, contact Inquest Staffing today. Our team of experts can help you identify the best opportunities available and jump start your career.

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