What’s in a name? The PKF Texas Cubester® group has noticed a trend among young professionals – an emphasis of job titles and chasing them in order to advance careers and life. Of course, other factors influence these young professionals to move jobs – benefits, “perks,” life changes and more – but recently there seems

“At the end of the day you have to be in the driver’s seat of your career. Don’t be afraid to ask for more responsibilities or expand your role.” – Alex W. Obregon

It can be easy to sit back and let others steer your career, but not taking charge can lead to career apathy.

“Find the real issue. Is it because not enough responsibilities? Is it your superiors? The career? Location? Once you can pinpoint the issue, decide what the best course of action will be.” – Bryce Chastain

When things aren’t going our way, we tend to see every problem as its own separate issue; however, most problems

In honor of the coming New Year, the Cubesters surveyed professionals over the causes of career apathy and solutions to make your old job feel new again. Look for more blog posts in the coming weeks and for the Cubester Chat article appearing in the January 2014 edition of the Leading Edge magazine.

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