How to Turn Your Internship Into a Full-Time Job

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An internship can help you gain valuable experience for your resume, but it doesn’t have to end there. If you’re strategic and intentional, your internship can get your foot in the door and start your professional career. Learn more about how to turn your internship into a full-time job:  Master the Basics of Professionalism Treat… Read more »

6 Tips to Build Up Your Resume and Get the Job

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The foundation of a successful job search is an effective resume. The effort you put in up front will pay off by getting the attention of hiring managers and ensuring you are considered for the jobs for which you’re qualified. Build up your resume and get the job with these tips: 1. Strategically Include Keywords … Read more »

How to Set Realistic & Achievable Career Goals for 2021

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Goal setting is crucial for preventing complacency, and the fresh start of a new year is the ideal time to reassess your long-term career objectives. The way you set your goals will significantly influence whether or not you succeed. Set realistic and achievable career goals in 2021 with these tips:    Get Specific  A major issue… Read more »

I Didn’t Get The Job…What Should I Do?

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Rejection may be an inevitable part of the job search process, but it doesn’t take away the initial sting you feel when an opportunity you were excited about is suddenly gone. How you recover after not landing a job is what will determine your success going forward. Learn more about what you should do if… Read more »

Here’s Why You Should Consider Forgoing Unemployment Benefits for a Steady Job

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If you are currently unemployed, you are far from alone – approximately 860,000 Americans are unemployed, according to September figures from the U.S. Department of Labor. Many unemployed workers may financially be in a better position with their unemployment payment than their paychecks; however, passing on a job because of this is short-sighted and could hurt… Read more »

Here’s How You Can Explain Gaps on Your Resume

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Taking time away from work is common, for both personal and professional reasons, so it isn’t necessarily an automatic red flag to hiring managers if you have gaps on your resume. However, you do need to be ready to address it so you can alleviate any potential concerns and show that you’re qualified for the… Read more »

A Step-by-Step Guide to Turn Your Temp Job Into a Permanent Job

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Many employers turn to temporary employees for their short term staffing needs. However, if your goal is to land a long term job, taking on a temp job can be an opportunity for you to get your foot in the door – if you do what it takes to make a positive lasting impression. Turn… Read more »

How to Keep Your Loved Ones Safe & Healthy as You Go Back to Work

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As coronavirus pandemic restrictions have been reduced, many people are headed back to work and understandably, may be concerned about their health and safety – especially if they live with someone who is more vulnerable to the virus. Help keep your loved ones safe and healthy as you go back to work with these tips:  … Read more »

Apps To Help Improve Your Problem Solving Skills

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Smartphone apps are often a go-to for fun escapism; however, if you pick apps strategically, they can go beyond being a distraction and also help with your overall productivity. Brain training apps have become increasingly more sophisticated and science-based and may help sharpen your cognitive functioning, including problem-solving (a crucial professional skill). Check out these… Read more »

10 Tips to Stay Productive While Working from Home

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Whether you’re new to working remotely, or it was previously a sporadic occurrence, if you’ve quickly transitioned to working from home full time, you may experience some challenges as you figure out the best way to structure your workdays to be most effective. Check out these 10 tips to stay productive while working from home:  1. Set… Read more »