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The 3 Career Mentors Everyone Should Have.pdf


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Mentor #3: Your Career Planner
• Lastly, you should have a "what do I want to do with my career"
advisor. This person may not be in your company, but should work
(or have worked) in your industry. She should be someone who
knows the tools of the trade and can consult you on big events and
decisions, like switching jobs, working abroad, or exploring other
career opportunities.
• This type of mentor may take longer to find and will likely change
throughout your career. This relationship will also probably grow
organically—when you’re first starting out, it may be your favorite
professor from college, or, later down the road, it may be a former
colleague or boss. You can definitely have more than one of these
types of mentors, too—it never hurts to have a few great minds on
your team.