The unforeseen can happen at any point in one's career. One of the best ways to help prepare for unexpected career curves is to invest time in maintaining a professional network. Spending time cultivating professional network is a vital career investment. And it usually doesn't take too much effort: a few phone calls every so often, an invitation to lunch now and then. There's another aspect of professional life that should also stay fresh and up-to-date: job skills. The most obvious way to gain this knowledge is through continuing education courses. Working actively at risk management for one's own career can help shore up the investment made in his or her professional life.
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