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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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5 Important Career Tips to Utilize in 2015

In today’s competitive job market, keeping up with the latest updates in technology and changing industries is crucial. As the job market continues to tighten, take note of the following five important career tips to utilize in 2015: Use Keywords: In 2015, recruiters are expecting the job market to become more competitive, which is another […]

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How to Remain Productive During the Holidays

Whether you are attending multiple holiday parties this season or trying to complete this year’s shopping list, figuring out how to balance work and personal time with your family and friends can be difficult.  During the Holiday season, we are faced with countless distractions that result in decreased levels of productivity in the workplace. In […]

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Be Your Own Boss- How to Advance in Your Career

Are you at a standstill in your career and need a better sense of direction to meet your yearly objectives? In reality, you obtain a strong work ethic and convey confidence in your role but are just unable to take it to the next level. For some, it could be trying to strengthen the relationship […]

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Habits that make you smarter.

Just as a workout exercises your muscles and heart, certain activities exercise and improve your brain power. Make the below tips a habit, and you’ll become a smarter person. Get rid of cable and deactivate Facebook. Okay, we know that may seem a bit extreme. Especially since sitting down to watch The Bachelorette is a guilty […]

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Why a Bad Job Isn’t So Bad

There’s a reason The Office – with its overbearing boss, strange coworkers, and dull cubicles – was so relatable. Most of us have at one point or another been in a job we didn’t like. Maybe it was a bad boss, low pay, or unfulfilling work that made us hate it. But we’ve all been there. The […]

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The Balancing Act Of A Working Mom

Whether it’s a 9:00 a.m. project deadline on Monday morning or a 4 a.m. wake-up call by a screaming baby, a working mom is the closest thing there is to wonder woman.  She makes juggling multiple tasks look like a walk in the park.  With all these demands and being pulled in multiple directions, how […]

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Don’t Make It So Complicated, Simply Lead

Leadership is one of the hardest roles to tackle, but if you’re truly destined to take on this prestigious endeavor consider a different approach and stop making it so complicated.  Often times, leadership is made out to be more difficult than it should be.  Chinese Philosopher, Lau Tzu, once said “When an effective leader is […]

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Overshadowed—Do Extroverts Receive More Recognition Than Introverts?

When a potential promotion is in the works, who do you think will be crowned with a new title and office; the introvert or extrovert? Typically, extroverts are perceived as individuals who are socially dominant and as a result, they can potentially gain leadership roles through this method.  It’s a very natural, as well as […]

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Does Creativity Have A Place In Job Descriptions?

When your day is filled with a countless number of deadlines that require completion, the last thing on your mind is writing job descriptions, much less job descriptions that entail eye-catching creative material.  For the most part, job descriptions are generic and relatively cookie-cutter; seeing any form of creativity is a rarity.  Many people assume […]

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