Are you a driver or a passenger in your career?

11/29/2012 | Fast Track, The

Professionals often think they can rely on their employer to manage their career, track their accomplishments and decide when they deserve a raise or promotion, Dan Schawbel writes. This is almost never the case, so take it upon yourself to seek out opportunities and gain new skills. "You need to be in the driver’s seat in your career, not the passenger’s seat," he writes.

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