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Quick Tips for Improving Your Job Hunt

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Do you feel stuck in your job search? Have you been sending out resumes and answering online postings without any feedback? There are some things you can do to expand your job search and the results that you will get. These simple tricks can speed up the process and get you more calls back. Here… Read more »

5 Ways to Help Stay on Schedule at Work

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There are so many distractions in today’s digitally connected world. You have your phone to access the internet 24/7, and many of us can’t be without one. But technology can be a disorganizing force in your average workday. What can you do to make sure you minimize your distractions and focus on the work at… Read more »

Cover Letters: Are They a Thing of the Past?

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If you’ve been in the job market for any length of time you’ve heard people discuss the ins and outs of cover letters. Some people swear by them and others believe they are fully extinct and unnecessary. But cover letters have evolved and it’s important that you use this tool to your advantage as you… Read more »

What to Do When You’re Doing a Job You Don’t Want

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What happens when you don’t like your job? If you’re like most people, you start to tune out. You may develop a negative attitude, and that will show while you’re at work. It can even begin to affect your personal life outside of the office. But what if there were a way that you could… Read more »

Interview Chat: What Hiring Managers Actually Want to Know About You

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Everyone interviewing hears the same questions. “What are your biggest strengths?” “Weaknesses?” But there are other things a hiring manager wants to know about you. When they’re asking these general questions, they’re inviting you to engage and tell them more about you that will help them decide who to hire. Here are the ideas that… Read more »

3 Skills That Everyone Needs to Succeed at Any Job

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Hiring managers have a very difficult job. They need to review dozens of resumes, schedule screening calls, and meet the finalists for face-to-face interviews. But what are companies really looking for in their top candidates, and who will get the job? Of course, a qualified candidate will need to have the experience necessary to do… Read more »

Leaving Your Job? Don’t Burn Bridges

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There are plenty of reasons to leave your current job. But should you just quit and leave in a blaze of glory to stick it to the people who’ve wronged you? You’ve always heard that burning bridges is a bad thing, so what? Not every situation is salvageable. But that doesn’t mean you should light… Read more »

Mental Preparation: Tools to Help You Get Ready for Work

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Are you ready to face the day? Whether you’re on the hunt for a job or working full time, it’s important to face each day with renewed focus and positive energy. And while bad days happen to everyone, having a positive outlook will help you succeed. What mental exercises can you do to help you… Read more »

What It Means When You Didn’t Get That Raise

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Everyone wants to make more money. But what happens when things don’t go as planned in your quest for a raise? Before you panic, take a moment to step back and consider all of your options. There are a few steps you can take so you can move forward confidently in your career. Here are… Read more »

It’s Summer! Here Is How You Can Stay Properly Hydrated on the Job

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We know workplace safety and comfort are major keys to productivity. Part of your focus should be on learning the signs of fatigue and discomfort before they cause a problem. Dehydration is something many people don’t realize they’ve experienced until it’s too late, especially in the heat of the summertime. It’s important to learn the… Read more »