Experiencing Work-From-Home Burnout? Here’s How to Recover

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Working from home has many benefits, like flexibility, lack of commute, and increased autonomy, but it can also contribute to burnout. Living in the same place that you work can mean that you truly never feel like you are fully able to separate personal and professional obligations, leading to feeling overwhelmed and exhausted. If you… Read more »

Important Questions to Ask During Your Next Performance Review

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Performance reviews don’t have to fill you with dread or anxiety. Rather than feeling like you are only there to be judged, make the meeting more enjoyable and useful for you by turning it into a back-and-forth active conversation. Check out these important questions to ask during your next performance review:   What skill sets… Read more »

Resume Rework: Clean Up your Resume With These Quick Tips!

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Your resume is the most important tool you have for professional growth. The effort you put into refining it is an investment in your future that will pay off when hiring managers consider you for the opportunities you desire. Clean up your resume with these quick tips:  Read It Aloud Go beyond silently reading your… Read more »

How to Get Rid of Job Search Stress

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April is Stress Awareness Month, a time intended to provide awareness on the causes of stress, the effects it can result in, and how to alleviate it. A common source of stress is related to jobs, especially the emotional highs and lows of looking for a new job. Get rid of job search stress with… Read more »

Show Me the Money: How to Discuss a Raise with Your Boss

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The idea of sitting down with your boss and requesting to be given more money may make you feel anxious, but it doesn’t have to be an awkward interaction in order to advocate for yourself. Check out these tips on how to discuss a raise with your boss:  Be Prepared  Make the most compelling argument… Read more »

Do I Need a Cover Letter to Get Hired?

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Job searching continues to evolve, and what was once a best practice may no longer be relevant. Cover letters are debatable in 2022, with some recruiters and hiring managers who use them to heavily influence their decisions, while others may barely glance at them. Since there are no clear cut rules, you can use these… Read more »

Here’s How to Answer the Question, “What’s Your Expected Salary?”

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One of the more challenging and potentially awkward aspects of interviewing for a job is the compensation discussion. It can be a lot of pressure to figure out a number that you are happy with and communicate your monetary value as a potential employee in a way that projects confidence without seeming arrogant. Learn more… Read more »

Are You Meant for Remote Work or In-Office Work?

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Remote work has become more common than ever as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many companies have opted to continue with having employees work from home full-time or a hybrid model (i.e. one to two days a week), which means when applying for new jobs, you have a new decision to make regarding your… Read more »

New Year, New Career! PrideStaff Can Set You Up for Success

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The start of the year is a great time to start job searching since many employers have fresh hiring budgets and positions to fill. Are you ready to pursue a new career in the new year? Check out the ways PrideStaff can set you up for success: Find New Unlisted Opportunities  When you apply for… Read more »

Unhappy in Your Career? Here’s Why You Should Work With a Recruiter

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Launching a job search can be overwhelming, but you don’t have to go it alone. Working with a recruiter to find new opportunities may be the solution to help you land a new opportunity with less stress. If you’re unhappy in your career, here is why you should work with a recruiter: You Can Uncover… Read more »