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Jobs for people who don’t like desks

If the idea of sitting at a desk typing away until retirement doesn’t appeal to you, don’t worry – you’re not alone. The good news is, there are plenty of jobs out there that don’t require a cubicle, across a range of industries. Plus, jobs where you’re on your feet can have some real mental […]

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Signs you need a staffing firm’s help

Even for candidates with in-demand skills, it can be difficult and time-consuming to navigate the job search alone. With employers looking for highly specific skill sets (and willing to wait for them) and application processes that can feel like you’re tossing your resume into a digital well, it can feel a bit discouraging at times. […]

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Back-to-school means back-to-hiring – are you ready?

It’s that time of year. The challenges of summer – like trying to schedule interviews around everyone’s vacation schedules – are behind us. The pressure of third-quarter hiring goals are upon us. And hiring managers are eager to fill roles fast. All of this makes the back-to-school season one of the best times of the […]

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Why the “gig economy” could be good for workers

There’s a new trend in capitalism, and despite its downsides, it might actually be a good thing for U.S. workers. It’s called the Gig Economy.  Since and even before the recession of 2007, companies have been hiring fewer full-time employees in favor of temporary workers, freelancers, and contractors. For workers, there are some disadvantages of […]

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Tony Robbins shares the best career advice he’s ever received.

Have you seen the new documentary on performance coach Tony Robbins? It’s a fascinating story of a man who turned his difficult childhood experiences into a passion and gift for motivating others. Recently, he shared some brilliant career advice in a Facebook Live Q&A with Business Insider. When asked for advice from someone struggling to […]

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Emotion-Driven Versus Data-Drive Communication Styles

Do you know your communication style? Obviously, there are many different ones. But we often generally divide them under these two big umbrellas: data-driven and emotional. Whatever your style, it helps to understand why you – and others – present things the way you do. Let’s take a look at the two communication styles. Emotion […]

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Vacation coming up? Don’t take off just yet.

We’re smack in the middle of summer – the time many of us are taking vacation, and hopefully, unplugging (because these days, the two don’t always go hand in hand). To make the most of your hard-earned time off, there are some things you simply must do before you check out of the office. Ensuring […]

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How to write a resume that speaks to an applicant tracking system.

When you apply to a job online, it can feel like your resume might be getting lost among who knows how many others. And honestly, sometimes it does. But there are some things you can do to ensure your resume will be accurately matched to jobs that suit you, instead of getting buried beneath a […]

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The simple thing that makes employees work harder.

The answer? Give employees more meaningful work. This is according to economists Susanne eckermann, Xiaolan Yang, and Michael Kosfeld, whose study is published on economics commentary site VoxEU.  A survey of 413 students in Hangzhou, China found that study participants increased their productivity when they were told their work was crucial to an important research […]

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Bad job? Maybe that’s not such a bad thing.

We’ve all had them. At some point or another, and probably more than once, we’ve endured what we considered to be a bad job. Sometimes, we don’t even realize it was a bad job until we get a good one and can consider it in retrospect. Bad jobs aren’t fun – but they can be […]

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