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Top 10 Career Resolutions for 2015

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    Learn

    The most successful employees are committed to and insist on life-long learning. To that purpose, they have created a "learning path" for themselves, even if no one in the company has created it for them. On the learning path, you will decide what classes, workshops, and conferences are important for your professional growth. Ideally your company will pay for your training but if not, do it anyway. Invest in you. You are worth it and no education is ever wasted. You can negotiate and perhaps your company will pay for a portion of the cost. Do not permit your skills to go stale. Ongoing training keeps you relevant, marketable, and invaluable to your employer.

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Top 10 Career Resolutions for 2015

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    Learn

    The most successful employees are committed to and insist on life-long learning. To that purpose, they have created a "learning path" for themselves, even if no one in the company has created it for them. On the learning path, you will decide what classes, workshops, and conferences are important for your professional growth. Ideally your company will pay for your training but if not, do it anyway. Invest in you. You are worth it and no education is ever wasted. You can negotiate and perhaps your company will pay for a portion of the cost. Do not permit your skills to go stale. Ongoing training keeps you relevant, marketable, and invaluable to your employer.

It's a common tradition for people to make resolutions at the beginning of every year. While these goals often focus on health, money and/or family, they can include any number of professional goals as well, such as getting a new job or a promotion.

Are you ready to make a big career move in 2015? Whether you want to land your dream job, earn a long-awaited promotion, or want to change careers entirely, Bonnie Low-Kramen, writing for Glassdoor, has identified 10 ways to step up your game and stand out from the rest in 2015.