How to Use Job Shadowing to Boost Your Career

How to Use Job Shadowing to Boost Your Career

Job shadowing can help you find new opportunities that are good for your career. This activity is often used to help those in high school and college. However, established professionals can also benefit from job shadowing.

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5 Things The Hiring Manager Is Looking For

5 Things The Hiring Manager Is Looking For

Sometimes, it may seem as if the odds are against you in the job search. While it is true that you are likely up against stiff competition when interviewing for a position, know that there is a fulfilling place for you in the workforce.

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The Job Poster Looked at Your Profile

The Job Poster Looked at Your Profile

We get a little flutter when we see a LinkedIn notification that someone has looked at our profile, and they represent a company to which we have recently applied. A moment of excitement is then quickly followed by a moment of, “am I supposed to do something now?”

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The Keys to Getting a Promotion or Raise

The Keys to Getting a Promotion or Raise

Unless you’re one of those lucky people that claim they would still work if they won the lottery, you go to work for the money. And getting a raise or a promotion are two of the ways you can increase your earnings.

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Get the Most From Your Education With These 10 Smart Strategies

Get the Most From Your Education With These 10 Smart Strategies

Do you have a university degree? When you attended college, you invested in an education that can benefit you for the rest of your life. Getting the most out of your college experience can make a big difference in your future.

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8 Ways to Deal With a Job You Don't Like

8 Ways to Deal With a Job You Don't Like

Sooner or later, it is something we all face: a job we cannot stand. It might be the job itself, the corporate environment, or the boss. There is just something that rubs you the wrong way. Avoid the temptation to just quit. The situation might be salvageable.

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Applying Change Management Principles to Your Job Search

Applying Change Management Principles to Your Job Search

Searching for a new job can be extremely stressful in the best of times. Add to that a global pandemic, a wide scale decline in open jobs and a completely new way of working (remote workforce, anyone?) and you have a recipe for anxiety and overwhelm.

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Signs that Your Interviewer Isn't Well Trained

Signs that Your Interviewer Isn't Well Trained

You’ve labored over your resume for hours, combed through all of the job postings, applied with customized cover letters for each position and have finally landed the coveted in-person interview. You’re excited, prepared and ready to wow, but your interviewer seems distracted, disorganized and perhaps more nervous than you are.

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How to Outlast a Bad Boss

How to Outlast a Bad Boss

If you’ve been in the workforce for a while, most likely you have encountered a “bad boss” situation. While it can make the time in a particular position difficult, there are some ways to avoid misery.

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Attention Loyalists-It is OK to Leave

Attention Loyalists-It is OK to Leave

For decades, entire generations of workers were taught that the pinnacle of career goals was longevity in a position but gone are the days of service anniversary celebrations and vested pension plans.

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Culture Fit

Culture Fit

On-the-job tasks can feel burdensome and unfulfilling when your values and work style don’t match with your employer’s. We often hear from our job-seeking clients about difficulties they’ve had with their previous employers.

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