In the Middle Ages, most skills and crafts were learned through apprenticeship. And since the 1970s, mentorship has become a critical part of many businesses and enterprises.But it’s not just an enduring legacy—research backs its benefits up.
People with mentors are more likely to get promotions, be more engaged, and even feel more satisfied at work. In fact, a study at Sun Microsystems found that 25% of employees who took part in mentorship got a pay raise and were five times more likely to get a promotion.So, how do you take advantage of all of these benefits and find yourself a mentor?
The good news is there are more opportunities today than ever before—from free to paid, from formal to informal.Here are five ways to find a mentor and.Read more on lifehack.org