4 Tips For Discussing Your Strengths and Weaknesses in a Job Interview

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When discussing your strengths and weaknesses in a job interview, be honest, tell a story, keep it short, and more. Applying for jobs and interviewing is time-consuming and nerve-wracking. Probably no one enjoys this process, including the part where you have to discuss your strengths and weaknesses with strangers. Almost every interviewer asks you these… Read more »

5 Tips to Become Happier at Work

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To increase your happiness at work, find meaning, apply your strengths, foster work relationships, takes breaks, and use your lunch break, and more. More than 50% of us are unhappy at work. Isn’t that terrible? The surveys show that workers are unhappy with job security, wages, promotions, vacation policies, sick leave, and health and retirement… Read more »

How to Write a Great Resume in 2020

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To have a great resume in 2020, it must be easily scannable, there should be clear examples of your achievements, choose your words carefully, and more. Even in an era of social media networks, your resume is still incredibly important for landing a job. This year, the best way to ensure your resume is noticed… Read more »

4 Tips for Finding a Job Without a Resume

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To find a job without a resume, focus on employers with online applications, network, pitch your candidacy with emails or letters, create an online presence, and more. Building a resume is hard if you don’t have the resources on hand to pull it together. Whether you lack a computer or printer or don’t feel you… Read more »

Tips For Setting and Achieving Your Career Goals in 2020

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When setting your career goals for 2020, it’s important to be specific when writing them down, understand the motivation for each one, share them, and more. It’s that time of year again. Researchers share that about 60% of us make some form of New Year’s resolution. While they also share that most of us don’t… Read more »

Learn How to Be Happier at Work and Boost Your Career

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According to polls, nearly 70% of the workforce is disengaged and unhappy. No one likes all the unhappiness floating around—and this includes the employees themselves. Why would you be happy about being negative about your job? You spend an excessive amount of time each week at work, so if you’re unhappy, that’s a lot of… Read more »

5 Tips For Breaking Out of a Job-Search Rut

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It’s easy to get stuck in the job search. If you’ve been sending out resume after resume in the same job board channels and you’re not getting a response, perhaps it’s time to shake things up a bit. Here’s how to recognize a job search rut and how you can climb out of it to… Read more »

When Should You Ask for Help at Work?

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It’s ok to ask for help at work when you’re not sure what you’re doing, when you have too much on your plate, or when you’ve made a mistake. Are you one of those stubborn types that won’t ask for help under any circumstances? There are lots of people like that at work, and many… Read more »

3 Tips for Following Up After Submitting a Resume

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The days of the electronic resume submission have made it harder to know how to follow up. Unless you work with a recruiter, you may submit your resume on a job board and never have contact with a real human. You may never even hear back from your application, which makes it particularly difficult to… Read more »

Stand Out at Your New Job with These 3 Easy Tips

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There are good and bad ways to stand out at your new job. You probably went through an intense process of applying and interviewing, background checks and testing, but you made it here. Now you’re excited and anxious and ready to make a great first impression with your boss and coworkers. The first 90-days on… Read more »