Are you motivated and dedicated to getting the job done, no matter what? Will you be conscientious and do your best work?
Developing a good work ethic begins during the educational process. As you go to school for an education to further your career, you can build a good work ethic through your study habits. If you are working while you attend school, this is another way to develop a good work ethic and learn multi-tasking before you enter your career of choice. Distance learning opportunities give you the chance to develop your own work ethic because they are self-motivated and flexible.
But after you finish your educational career, what kind of work ethic will be expected of you in the workplace? Research has shown that the many characteristics of work ethic can be summarized using three terms:
Secondly, how can you learn to take initiative without being overbearing or ineffective? Simply put, to take initiative is to do what needs to be done without having to be told. Yet, on the job, there is more to it. Here are a few tips for starters, or learn more here.
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