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5 job skills you need for the future of work & how to get them

There’s no question that work is changing. Workers in every industry including retail, healthcare and manufacturing will experience the need for new job skills to be productive as automation becomes a more integrated part of work. We sat down to talk about some of these shifts and here are a few of the must have job skills that are popping up across industries as the future of work changes.

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Marketing: Social Media Specialist

Social media marketing is one of the best jobs to get started in marketing because you probably already have skills using social media from your personal life and it’s easy to transfer those skills to business. If you enjoy creating great stories for your own pages on social media, this could be a great way for you to get started in Marketing.

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Job Hunter’s Field Guide to Customer Success

Customer success has emerged over the past few years to become one of the fastest growing jobs in many types of industries including technology, manufacturing, healthcare and hospitality. The role of customer success is to ensure a company builds and nurtures great relationships with its customers.

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Job Hunter's Field Guide to Marketing

Marketing is one of the fastest growing job categories and offers many benefits to workers. From an entry level marketing job, such as a marketing coordinator or a social media coordinator, you can build a career over many years with increasing responsibility and income growth.

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Asking for Help Getting a Job

Something you start right away to make progress towards getting the job you want is practicing asking for help in your everyday conversations. If you ask someone for help in person, they are 34 times more likely to help you than if you ask them through email or some other way.

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