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Using Social Media as a Part of Your Job Search

December 5th, 2018

During the course of its short life, social media has evolved from a tool to connect with friends to a force that permeates nearly every area of life. Unsurprisingly, this includes the job search. When applying for a job, it’s commonly suggested to edit your social media to make sure there’s nothing unsavory to keep […]

How You Can Turn Around Your Bad Attitude at Work

October 16th, 2018

At some point, you’ve likely dealt with a bad attitude at work. Whether it was a co-worker, employee, or even your own, you know the effects it can have on morale. It seems as if there’s no way of pleasing this person, with everything just being another slight against them. Too often, you find your […]

5 Things to Prepare When Starting a New Job Search

October 3rd, 2018

The process of starting a job search seems as simple as deciding it’s time and beginning your search. In this scenario, finding a job would be just as easy, with an offer being extended after your first interview. Unfortunately, the real world involves a little more preparation.   Technically, you can dive in, but you’ve […]

How to Look for a New Job While You’re Still Employed

September 20th, 2018

It’s common knowledge that it’s easier to find a job while you already have one, so searching while employed is an advisable approach to finding new employment. It can be tempting to walk away from a job where you aren’t satisfied, but then you’re removing yourself from professional networks and potential opportunities. Looking for a […]

5 Ways to Save Time on Your Commute to Work

September 6th, 2018

People may do different jobs, but the daily commute is something that connects everyone. At some point, you’ve probably appreciated the solitary moments and been enraged at all the traffic. Usually, the commute is something you can’t control, yet that doesn’t mean you don’t have options. Instead of letting the back and forth get the […]

How to Juggle Work and Back to School Time as a Parent

August 9th, 2018

As summer begins to wind down, you might find yourself feeling higher levels of anxiety as the fall season approaches. It isn’t all the pumpkin-flavored foods that are stressing you out – it’s the realization that soon it’s time to juggle your job and your kids going back to school.   While summer brings its […]

Do You Stand Out Among Your Co-Workers as a Leader at Work?

July 6th, 2018

It’s likely you didn’t start your career hoping you could stay in the same position until you retire. Most people have a general idea of where they’d like to go, and usually it involves moving beyond where they are now. One of the best ways to stand out and advance your career is to be […]

Are You Effectively Communicating Your Career Goals to Your Manager?

June 20th, 2018

In past generations, starting your career looked a lot different than it does today. When you entered the workforce, you likely remained at the same company for decades. This was the standard and assumed structure for employment. Workers could discuss their career aspirations, but employers never really feared losing someone to a different opportunity.   […]

Are Your References Helping or Hurting Your Chances For the Job?

June 5th, 2018

The phrase ‘references available upon request’ was once the popular trend for resumes. It showed employers you had people to speak for you, but let job seekers off the hook of actually having to list anyone. As resumes continue to become more streamlined, employers just assume you have references because you should.   Before you […]

Is A Skills-Based Resume the Right Option for You?

May 9th, 2018

Creating your resume is usually a stressful experience. You want it to be unique and stand out from your competition, be free of errors, and expertly convey your past experience and what you can bring to future employers. Sometimes you have so much experience it becomes challenging to list it all on one page. Perhaps […]