Will 2021 be the year of your career? Here’s how to get started

  • Which of my skills will stay in high demand?
  • Which of my skills can be transferred between different roles, companies, and industries?
  • What buzzwords do I hear from industry leaders and which of them should I prioritise learning more about?
  • Have I received any feedback recently that I should work on?
  • Do I identify myself more as a generalist or a specialist? Should I deepen that role or broaden it?

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