How to keep a job longer than 10 days


The White House communications director lasted less than two weeks – here are some tips to help new hires stay on for a bit longer.

Dos and don’ts for your first 10 days on the job

As the White House communications director, Anthony Scaramucci probably hadn’t even learned how to use the coffee machine before he was shown the door.

The rise and fall of The Mooch was so swift over the space of 10 days, people took to social media to say what else could happen over such a short period of time.

For all of us who work under far less public scrutiny, there’s still something to be learned about how to make a big impression in a new position.

When you start a new job, the pressure is always on to make a mark, to prove you are worthy of the position. But there are some crucial first steps you can take to ensure this outlasts the expiration date on a carton of milk.

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