4 (Unspoken) Questions You Should Answer in Every Interview

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You finally heard back about that position you applied for a few weeks ago, and they want you to come in for an interview. Congratulations! Considering that the internet is now a key resource for hiring managers and recruiters everywhere, you can probably assume that your interviewer already knows a thing or two about you. However, no… Read more »

40 Inspiring Motivational Quotes for Discouraged Job Seekers

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Let’s face it: job searching can be tough! It’s especially difficult when you’ve done all of the right things, yet it feels like you haven’t made any progress at all. Whether you’re a recent college grad searching for your first big opportunity or a seasoned professional with an impressive amount of experience under your belt, sometimes you just… Read more »

7-Step Guide for a Successful Career Change

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If you’re considering a career change, then you’ve come to the right place. The following seven-step guide is sure to make your career transition as smooth as possible.   STEP 1:  Identify the root of your decision. Okay, so you want a new career. That’s great — but have you stopped to asked yourself “why?”  Changing careers… Read more »

Three Surefire Ways to Boost Your Job Search for 2017

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With the new year just around the corner, now is the perfect time to reevaluate your job search technique. Here are 3 surefire ways to boost your job search and ensure success in 2017!   1. Upgrade Your Resume   Take a good look at your resume. Does it accurately reflect who you are currently as… Read more »

5 Ways to Improve Your Workspace (and Productivity)

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Whether you realize it or not, our work environments are directly linked to our productivity levels, our daily work habits, and our ability to complete certain tasks in a timely (and efficient) manner. For this particular reason, it’s important to understand just how your personal workspace could be affecting you. Feeling overwhelmed? Try removing those… Read more »

Mastering the Art of the Exit Interview

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Did you know that the secret to retaining good employees is to find out why employees leave in the first place? As simple as it sounds, many companies skip out on the precious opportunity to gain valuable feedback from departing employees for one reason or another. However, skipping out on this step could cause your… Read more »

How to Stand Out as a Leader in Your Office

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  As the old saying goes: the squeaky wheel gets the oil. This is also true when it comes to distinguishing leaders in the workplace. In other words, don’t sit back and let others surpass you. Instead, step up and stand out—in a positive way! It’s alright to get a little “squeaky” in your office in… Read more »

7 Signs You’ve Completely “Checked Out” at Work

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When you first started your new job, you woke up with excitement every morning—preparing yourself for a successful and productive day at work. You were passionate about the company’s mission and eager to learn how you could make a positive impact. However, that feeling of excitement has slowly withered away throughout the past couple of years. Now,… Read more »

Best Questions to Ask to Decode Company Culture

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The term company culture is one that can now be found echoing loudly throughout hiring processes everywhere. It is described as being the sum of values and behaviors that contribute to the unique social and psychological environment of an organization. Although the purpose of most interviews is to assess whether or not you’d be a good fit for a… Read more »

5 Phrases That are Holding You Back from Success

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1. It’s Always Been This Way This phrase alone is proof that you’re afraid of change. However, in order to reach a new level of success, this is a fear that you must be willing to let go of. Although change can be scary, it is sometimes necessary. Some routines, if not carefully evaluated, can… Read more »