馆辉扩寞199 [江安网友] 2018-05-14 13:05:13 Protecting your job in this economic climate is a job in itself, but the effort can pay off. John McKee offers practical strategies for getting through tough times with your career intact.
With unemployment rates climbing into the stratosphere and job prospects becoming increasingly tenuous, IT pros need to think strategically and act effectively to keep their heads above water. Here are some recommendations to help you safeguard your career during the months to come.
1: Make a specific plan
I’m not talking about making a wish list which, like New Year’s resolutions, will be forgotten by the third week of January. You want a plan that has specific goals for your job (what’s the best role for you next?) and your income (exactly how much would you like to be making by the end of 2009?). Writing down your plans makes them concrete, and it’s more likely you will attain them.
2: SWOT yourself
Be honest with yourself. Review your strengths — like what you've got that can move you ahead; weaknesses — like those things you have or do that are holding you back;opportunities — things you can pursue at the company or in the industry; andthreats — things that can derail you or sabotage your career advancement.
对自己要诚实。回顾自己的优点 - 诸如某些你已具备的可推动你前进的东西； 弱点 - 诸如某些你身上残留的或做过的会拉你后退的东西；机会 - 可让你继续留在公司或这个行当的东西；以及威胁 - 会干扰你或破坏职业发展的东西。