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5 Ways to Build Marketable Skills When You’re in a ‘Dead-End’ Job
In this Fast Company article, Terri Jacke advises readers to build their own “personal development academies,” where they seek out opportunities to build the skills they need to advance or get a new job. In addition to internal or external training opportunities, your “dead-end” job may offer opportunities to build your character or take on new responsibilities without the same pressure you might have if you were being considered for a promotion. “I tell them, ‘Use this to learn everything you can learn, including feeling free to make mistakes,” she says.