Develop new skills
Your colleagues know more about basically everything. They have spent more time doing what they do and have developed skills and abilities that at some point, will be necessary for you too. The skills your colleagues will teach you have nothing to do with what you have learned at school. These are practical skills that will come in handy with little things you might need to sort out or tasks that cannot wait.
Spending time with your colleagues can develop good relationships with them, which will become part of the reason to be happy or content while working. Building relationships with them, it’s good for your personal and professional growth. They can provide you with guidance and support.
Increase your network
Your colleagues can have connections in the industry that can be helpful for you in the future. You can see firsthand how to handle meetings and events and approach new people.
Get industry knowledge
Your colleagues will help you to develop broader perspectives on the work you are doing. The industry may hold secrets you are unaware of, and your colleagues can be your Virgil, no pun intended.
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