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Ken Simmons

Should You Go To College
https://medium.com/the-mission/high-school-is-over-should-you-go-to-college-b5b6db6f6712
Value of College
https://medium.com/the-mission/the-value-of-the-college-degree-is-crashing-heres-how-to-fix-it-cd7a1e116396
My Biggest Regret: Going to College
https://medium.com/the-mission/my-biggest-regret-in-life-going-to-college-ef2068f179cf

Answered 6 days ago

Ken Simmons
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Mike Veigel

Many offices, both big and small, have an Office Manager. Generally speaking, professional hiring mangers and recruiters care more about what you do on a daily basis as opposed to what title you have. In other words, having the title "Office Manager" can mean many different things at many different companies so all that to simply say I would recommend not getting caught up in "title chasing" and, instead, focus on "passion chasing" as you work on your professional brand.

Your professional and personal brand is much more important than a job title. For example, creating a LinkedIn profile and writing a simple article about something you are passionate about is one of many ways to improve your personal brand. These types of activities, not your job title, will help you stand out from the competition.

I hope this helps!

Answered 2 years ago

Mike Veigel