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5 Podcasts to Keep You on Top of Your Work Game

  Everyone likes to feel like they have an edge on the job. That’s why career-oriented books and videos are so popular. But many people miss out on the power of podcasts. These little audio sessions can have a lot to offer if you choose the right ones to enjoy. Learning something new can give […]

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Start Planning the Day Before to Ace Your Nursing Interview

  The day before your big nursing interview can be a stressful time. Often, you’re wondering what to expect and may be nervous about meeting the hiring manager. Some anxiety is perfectly normal, so it isn’t necessarily a sign of trouble ahead, but it’s also a signal that you should dedicate some time to getting yourself ready.  […]

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You (Yes You!) Need a New Accounting Position

  During the course of your career, you’ll likely experience a few situations that make it painfully clear you need a new job. Some signs are apparent, such as being blatantly mistreated or refused a raise even when you’re being paid well below the industry standard for accounting positions. Other times it might not seem so […]

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3 Foolproof Sales Interview Tips

  Most job seekers have a relatively solid understanding of what it takes to be successful in an interview, and sales professionals may be especially inclined due to their comfort in speaking with others. If you’re planning to interview for a sales position, you’ve likely taken some time to research the company, practiced a few well-constructed […]

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Will an Engineering Career Make You Happy? Use These Tips to Decide

When people consider career options, they often focus on practical matters. The ability to earn strong wages, find a level of stability, and advance along the career path are all given priority, leaving some other personal preferences in the dust. Engineering is one of those jobs that offers all of the above, and demand for […]

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Losing Motivation Halfway Through the Year? Do This!

  At the halfway point in the year, it is common to see your motivation drop off. You may not have the passion you did when you originally formed goals at the beginning of the new year, or the change in weather may have you distracted by thoughts of days in the sun. Regardless of […]

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Can You Ever Connect with “That” Co-Worker?

  Not everyone in a workplace will get along naturally. Often, there is at least one person with which you find it challenging to connect. Whether they are overly negative, interrupt your work, or have trouble communicating, there are ways to make a connection with that co-worker, even if they drive you a bit crazy. […]

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How to Develop a Fresh Job Outlook This Spring!

  Many people are just starting to shake off winter, looking forward to the sunny days of spring. While this may help you feel more positive in general, it doesn’t always give you a better job outlook. But being happy at work doesn’t just make you feel better, it can actually help you succeed. Your […]

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Quick and Easy Tips for Administrative Interview Confidence

One of the best traits one can convey during an administrative interview is confidence. This helps assert that you have the knowledge and ability to perform the job well and that you truly feel your prior experiences match the expectations associated with the position. But, while some individuals seem to display confidence naturally, many others […]

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5 Ways to Take Your Elevator Pitch to the Next Level

Most people understand the importance of a well-developed elevator speech, but few actually take the time to create one. Add to that the fact that introducing yourself to strangers in such a short time can be challenging on its own, and it’s no surprise the task falls to the wayside. But having an effective elevator […]

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