5 Ways You Can Use LinkedIn to Improve Your Career

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LinkedIn is still considered the most critical online professional network. It’s made up entirely of other professionals, many in your industry or who are hiring, and your profile can help attract potential employers. How you present yourself on LinkedIn can result in positive feedback and potential opportunities from companies you want to work with. Here are five ways you… Read more »

These Are the Skills You Need for Effective Problem Solving

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Employers are looking for team players who know how to solve problems. While no one wants to face a major crisis in the workplace, understanding how to think critically and develop solutions is essential when something does happen. Showcasing your problem-solving skills in an interview can help you find your next great opportunity. Here the… Read more »

These Organizational Skills Will Help You Succeed at Work

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Staying organized on the job will be a crucial factor for success. When discussing your background and experience with potential, a potential employer may ask about your strategy for organizing your workspace or time on the job. Having organizational skills will help you stand out from the crowd and give you the tools you need… Read more »

Didn’t Get Hired: What’s Next?

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Everything seemed to be going well, but you didn’t get the job offer. It’s devastating after a long search. Why didn’t they hire you? There can be a lot of reasons, but not all of them are your fault. When you don’t have control over a situation, it can be hard to accept that it simply didn’t swing your way. It’s good to know some of… Read more »

Top 5 Leadership Books From 2021

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You don’t have to be in a management role to be a leader. Leadership is a skill everyone should hone, and one of the best ways is to focus on personal development through reading. The last year was great for books about leadership, so here are just five that can get you started on your journey… Read more »

4 Tips to Nail the 2nd Interview

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Many companies are requiring a second or even third Interview before they make a definitive hiring decision. It can feel overwhelming to be asked back a second time, but it’s a good sign. The second interview can make you even more nervous than the first. What do you talk about that’s different? How do you… Read more »

3 Tips to Map Out A Career Path

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If you want to grow your career, you need a clearly defined career path. How do you know if you’re on the right track? Before you consider the path you want to take and how to get there, you need to know you’re the result you’re striving for and create steps along the way. Here… Read more »

Not Feeling Challenged in Your Career? Might Be Time for an Upgrade

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Everyone has bad days at work. It’s okay to sometimes feel a little off. You course correct and come back in with a new attitude. But what happens if the feeling isn’t just boredom? If you’re regularly feeling frustrated, unhappy, and even breaking down into tears at work, there may be a bigger problem at… Read more »

Didn’t Get the Job – What Do I Do Now?

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Especially if you’ve been on the job hunt for a while, it can be heartbreaking to hear the news that you won’t be getting a job offer. And while it’s okay to feel frustrated, it’s important to move on. So what should you do if you don’t get the job offer to remain productive and keep searching… Read more »

Should I Stay in Touch with My Old Boss?

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Should you maintain contact with your old boss? The answer to this question is complicated, but in most cases, it can be to your advantage to maintain a connection with previous employers. Whenever you’ve left a job on good terms, it’s always beneficial to keep old bosses in your network. You never know if they can become an… Read more »