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  • Erialase karjääri tegemine

    Üks kindlamaid ja ka riskivabamaid viise enda majandusliku seisu parandamiseks on erialase karjääri tegemine. Finantsvabaduseni jõudmise aega annab ka sellega oluliselt vähendada, €2k teenistuselt säästes annab paratamatult rohkem säästa kui 1k teenistuselt. Märgatavalt kiiremini on võimalik jõuda enda rahavoo tõstmiseni €1k võrra erialase töö ja arenguga kui näiteks 6% tootlusega üürikinnisvaraga, mille jaoks on paraku vaja €200 000 väärtuses ilma laenuta kinnisvara. Üks ei välista ka teist ja erialase enese arendamise kõrvalt on ka võimalik investeerida ja lasta neil protsessidel üksteist võimendada. Sellega väga kaotada pole võimalik, ka masu ajal nt üks tuttav enda oskusi regulaarselt arendav IT spetsialist tõstis enda teenistust ikka kiiremini kui 20% aastas. Head spetsialisti, kes tööandjale järjest rohkem kasu toob lihtsalt saabki küsida järjest kõrgemat teenistust.

    Oma tööd keskpäraselt tehes on realistlik ootus, et sissetulek tõuseb suures plaanis inflatsiooni võrra. Hästi tehes tõuseb kindlasti kiiremini. On ka võimalik enda karjääri teadlikult arendada ja saavutada ka üle 20% teenistuse kasv aastas. Igal alal on tee selleni mõnevõrra erinev, aga need kõik hõlmavad suurt tööd ja pidevat töö kõrvalt õppimist ning täiendamist. Siin võikski arutada ja kogemusi jagada, et kuidas erialast sissetulekut tõsta.

    Mõningad lingid

    http://www.payscale.com/career-news/...-ever-received (ja nii ongi!)
    http://www.roberthalf.com/officeteam...ed-from-a-boss
    https://hbr.org/2012/01/positioning-yourself-for-caree
    http://www.forbes.com/sites/dailymus...g-your-career/


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    Uurimus kuidas Eestis erinevate alade õppimine palgas ära tasub, ka õppeastmete kaupa. Kindlasti tasuks enne karjäärivaliku tegemist tutvuda! http://stat24.ee/2014/03/millised-er...c_location=ufi

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    • #3
      Nõuandeid noorele professionaalile: http://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesco.../#430f3e32566c

      "Everything related to your career is a process, and what you do now will have far-reaching effects on your future. That’s why being intentional about your daily work habits is essential, perhaps even more so for young would-be leaders just getting started. No matter what your job title is today, by focusing on the small things, you can hone your leadership skills and put your career on the right track. Which work habits are most beneficial to cultivate? Below, 10 business and career coaches from Forbes Coaches Council share their recommendations — and a few words of advice too.

      1. Develop a Definitive Career Plan
      Young leaders should create a definitive path or plan that encompasses a timeline of goals in order to properly meet each goal. Young leaders should also identify their interests and best qualities to remain in tune with their skills. This can enable a young leader to recognize how to advance each particular skill and to ensure alignment of his/her career within the realm of his/her best assets. – Wendi Weiner, JD, NCRW, CPRW, CCM, The Writing Guru

      2. Expand Your Circle of Influence
      The people who currently surround you and influence you may not be the people who are best positioned to help you develop your leadership potential. Every day, reach beyond your current circle of influence to connect with leaders you admire. This can be through any medium — social media, books, networking events, workshops, mentoring and coaching. Elevate your network to elevate your performance. – Tina Dietz, StartSomething/Tina Dietz Business Development

      3. Create Your “Top Three” Each Moring
      The highest leverage activity any leader can do is know their priorities and stick to them. Each morning, figure out your “top three” goals for the day so you’re proactively moving toward them and not getting trapped in “reactive” activities. – Andy Drish, The Foundation"


      Edasi juba artiklist: http://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesco.../#430f3e32566c

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      • #4
        Mis on alahinnatud oskused, mis on siiski väga vajalikud ja võivad suure eelise anda? https://www.quora.com/From-the-persp...employees-lack

        Auren Hoffmani vastus Quorast:

        Two skills are incredibly rare: (1) Doing what you say you will do (be reliable); (2) Keeping track of yourself

        Doing what you tell people you will do
        If you can teach your kids a useful skill that will always help them with their career: teach them to be reliable -- to do what they say they will do. (It is harder than it sounds.)

        If you consistently do what you say you will do, you will almost certainly be someone people desire to have on their teams. It is so rare that when you work with someone who is reliable, you never ever want to work with anyone else. You will do anything to keep that person on your team.

        Doing what you say you are going to do starts with setting the right expectations. If you tell someone you will get them the deliverable by Tuesday, you need to understand that it can actually be delivered by Tuesday. If you are good, you are probably factoring in slack in case someone in corporate slows you down or your child gets sick.

        And so if your boss wants something done Monday and you think it cannot be done until Wednesday, you need to be up-front. Because once a date is agreed to, you're on the hook for accomplishing it.

        On the less-skilled end of the job spectrum, many people cannot commit to showing up to work consistently and on time. There are many external factors in their life that make even these commitments hard to achieve.

        So do everything you can to be reliable -- because there are very few people that one can rely on.

        Keep track of yourself
        The corollary to being reliable is to make sure you manage yourself.

        If you can manage all your tasks and deliverables without reminders, you will be treated like the golden child.

        If your boss or colleagues never need to remind you about a project, deliverable, an answer to an email, etc., they will be able to take a load off their mind and be allowed to focus on other areas. And they will appreciate not having to have the uncomfortable conversation with you ("where is that item that was due yesterday?").

        This takes a lot of hard work and organization, but most people can do it. You don't need a PhD (or even a college degree) to be on top of everything. You just need to be organized and prioritize its importance. Of course, while most people CAN do this, most people DON'T do this -- so doing it will be a huge differentiator for you.

        The underrated skills
        If all you do is be reliable and keep track of yourself, you will be indispensable to any company.

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