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Falling Out of Basic Resume Habits

Falling Out of Basic Resume Habits

As the leaves start to change and the days become shorter, we are seeing the return of the Pumpkin Spice Latte (aka PSL), rainboots, plaid shirts and copious obligatory pumpkin patch pictures filling up social media. These seasonal habits are all frequently referred to as “basic” fall behavior, meaning that they are expected and unoriginal. […]

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Job Hopping, It’s Here to Stay

Job Hopping, It’s Here to Stay

  In the past, staying with the same company for your entire career wasn’t unheard of. In fact, the less career moves you made, the more desirable you appeared on your resume. Moving companies once or twice throughout your career was considered the norm and the less career moves a candidate had, the more they […]

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Should You Negotiate?

Should You Negotiate?

  As teachers around the Seattle area gradually reach agreements with their school districts and head back into classrooms to start the school year, you may find yourself starting to consider what it is that you want and need in your own career. As a job seeker, you will find yourself looking at compensation packages […]

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The New Work Week

The New Work Week

Three day weekends year round? Shorter workdays? It may seem hard to believe, but shortened workweeks are gaining traction and are even being endorsed by entrepreneurs like billionaire Richard Branson who wrote, “By working more efficiently, there is no reason why people can’t work less hours and be equally – if not more – effective.” […]

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