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 »

Time for a Tune-Up – 5 Tips to Clean Up Your Resume Fast

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Springtime means spring cleaning. Whether you want to declutter your home or your resume, now is the perfect time to tackle these projects. The job market changes regularly, just like the seasons, so it‘s important to be prepared. If you want to dust off your resume and spruce it up a bit, here are some… Read more »

Following Up – How Long Should You Wait Before Calling After the Interview?

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You’ve met with a potential employer, but now what? How long should you wait before calling after an interview? The good news is there’s a science to it, so following a few simple steps will keep you at the top of the hiring manager’s mind. Here are the things you should do during and after an… Read more »

Resume 101 – Who Should I Include as a Reference?

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References are an essential part of a job search. Employers want to discuss your experience with previous supervisors so they can get a better understanding of your ability to do the job. This step is critical and without the right information, you may not be considered for the final steps. But it’s very important to know who… Read more »

Goal Setting and Why It’s Ok to “Change” Your Goals

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If there is a single word we could use to describe our experience in 2020 it would be “flexible.” Why? Because so many people started the year unable to imagine that within three months most work would be done remotely. It was critical for companies and their employees to learn to be more flexible and… Read more »

Let’s Finally Put 2020 Behind Us! Quick Tips to Restart Your Career

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Okay, now that 2020 is over it’s time to refocus on the future. We know it was a difficult year with high unemployment, but now it’s time to look forward to the new year with hope and optimism. If you have found yourself out of work, use the energy of the season to take back… Read more »