In this episode of the Paralegals on Fire! Podcast Show, Ann interviews Bert Binder, a former paralegal and the founder of Paralegal Career Coach, to bring you some great advice on the impacts, trends, and career opportunities for the paralegal profession.
- Why every paralegal should write their own resume and not outsource it
- One of the often overlooked employment opportunities for entry-level paralegals
- What to do when the salary in the employment offer is too low
- Other factors to consider beyond just the paralegal salary
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- Be prepared now to be able to take advantage when that opportunity opens up.
- Don’t leave your career to chance. Set career goals and make them happen, rather than hoping something comes your way.
- Listen to the podcast episode on going from receptionist to firm-wide director.
- Listen to the podcast episode about paralegal burnout if you think you are headed there.
- If you are looking for a career change, contact The Paralegal Career Coach.
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