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How to Handle Falling out of Love with Your Job

How to Handle Falling out of Love with Your Job

Just like relationships change and evolve over time, your feelings about your job will change over time and you will experience career highs and career lows. The feeling of excitement that you got when you first started your job will eventually wear off and you may realize that your once perfect job has its own […]

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Seven Unprofessional Email Mistakes to Avoid

Seven Unprofessional Email Mistakes to Avoid

Have you ever received an email that left you scratching your head, confused, upset, or questioning the professionalism of the sender? I would hazard a guess that all of us have received (and possibly sent) at least one of those emails throughout our professional careers. These emails remind us that while the ability to quickly […]

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Alleviating Application Anxiety     

Alleviating Application Anxiety     

We have all heard about interview anxiety, yet light is rarely shed on the anxiety that many applicants experience before they are even contacted for an interview. While this application anxiety can affect any candidate, it tends to be prevalent in candidates who have either taken time away from their careers or have been employed […]

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Don’t Let Your Office Be the Next Breach

Don’t Let Your Office Be the Next Breach

Security breaches are becoming more common as hackers continuously find ways to access our information. With the recent Equifax breach, Americans are struggling to maintain some level of security when it comes to their information. As an employer, it is your responsibility to not only protect private company information, but also any information pertaining to […]

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Editing Your Resume Down to One Page

Editing Your Resume Down to One Page

In my last article, “Is One Page Enough?”, I explored just a few of the many reasons that a single page resume is appreciated and preferred by many employers and recruiters. Unfortunately, knowing this does not make actually shortening your resume to fit on one page (while keeping crucial content) any easier. If you are […]

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Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can.

Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can.

Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma and a slew of wildfires have all served as devastating reminders of the importance of preparedness. Amidst these disasters, we are just starting National Preparedness Month with this year’s theme being “Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can.” The unfortunate reality is that in these uncontrollable situations, the only thing that we […]

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Is One Page Enough?

Is One Page Enough?

Have you ever sat down to edit your resume and debated if you should condense all of your skills, work experience and education to fit on one page or continue to add more details in order to make yourself appear more desirable to a recruiter or potential employer? If you have ever had this internal […]

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Making the Most out of the Most Important Meal of the Day

Making the Most out of the Most Important Meal of the Day

We’ve all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but do all breakfast foods have the same desired effect on your body throughout the workday? The short answer is no, not all breakfast foods give you the same energy and ability to concentrate while applying and interviewing for jobs, managing your […]

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Creating a Learning Culture in the Workplace

Creating a Learning Culture in the Workplace

Have you noticed the displays of notebooks, pens, pencils and backpacks at your local stores? If you have, then you already know that it is back to school season and students all over the country are gearing up for another year of learning. As an employer, use this back to school season to get your […]

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Analyze Job Postings Before You Apply

Analyze Job Postings Before You Apply

It is important to analyze every job posting that catches your eye thoroughly before you apply. By breaking each job posting down into smaller sections and carefully analyzing them, you can decipher if the employer’s needs align with what you have to offer. Taking time to dissect each job posting can seem time consuming, but […]

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