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Just got a job, will you succeed in your new job? After, months or years of pounding the pavements, you have just landed that “dream job” and it makes you feel happy and successful. However, success and job happiness only begins when you keep the job. So, will you succeed in your new job? Find out.




By Catherine Adenle

If you have just landed a job, find out if you will succeed in your new job via the quizzes below. Showing dedication to improve your growth at work will help to keep your job.

Will you succeed in your new job? Deserve a raise in pay? Is your career solid? Work-life balance? Stressed? Embrace change? Decision making? Here are questions to improve your chances of achieving workplace success.

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For will you succeed in your new job:

Take the quiz

For deserve a raise in pay etc.

Take this quiz

See How to Succeed: Work Positive

To know if you will succeed in your new job, you have to know that every paid job, no matter how small or menial, serves a purpose for you. Every job you do will connect you to others, knowledge and processes in a complex, invisible way.

It’s up to you to decide the value of your job. If you think your new job is important, you must do everything within your power to make it successful.

If you see yourself as someone with a high standard, you will do quality work. You will also learn to think positively about yourself by doing positive things at work. All of these together will answer the question, ‘will you succeed in your new job?’

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Let us know your own answer to the question by leaving your comment below.


Catherine Adenle
Founder, Catherine's Career Corner. The career site empowering and inspiring ambitious candidates of all ages and professions to thrive and work smarter on their careers. Gladly helping all career-minded people worldwide to explore their career, manage change and understand how new technologies are changing and enhancing the future of work.
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