how to adjust to a new job

featured-on-usnStarting a new job can be incredibly stressful: You’re in an unfamiliar environment, and finding your place in it can be the difference between excelling at your job or crashing and burning, so the stakes rightly feel high.

Over at U.S. News & World Report today, I talk about eight ways to help ease the transition and set yourself up for a successful stay at the your new company — including not getting overwhelmed by the massive amount of new information that’s about to get thrown at you, talking to your boss about your goals for your first month and first six months, not incessantly comparing things to how they were done at your old job, and more. You can read it here.

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