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Poll: What Factors Lead to Teamwork Breakdown?

Poll: What Factors Lead to Teamwork Breakdown?

In order for companies to succeed, there has to be great teamwork. It’s an important part of everyday operations, and it’s a skill every job seeker should possess. But, not every team works perfectly. There are a number of reasons why teamwork can break down, and we want to know what you think is the […]

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Peak Performer’s Life: Make More Money … Get Focused

Peak Performer’s Life: Make More Money … Get Focused

If you want to accomplish a goal, whether it’s to find a job or move up in a company, you have to focus. Staying on track and remaining diligent can help you achieve what you want in your job search or workplace, and Walter Bond has some tips to help you. As part of his […]

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Which Is Better – Chronological or Functional Resume?

The two most common types of resumes are the chronological and the functional resume. When you want to write a stellar resume, one of the most important things to consider is the format you choose. And with roughly 10 seconds to grab the attention of hiring managers looking at your resume, you need to stand […]

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5 Important Lessons Learned From a First Job

Your first job is a milestone. You get a real paycheck, you start a career, and you start on the grand adventure called life. It will be a learning experience. You may not get the salary of your dreams, and it may feel daunting to learn the ropes, but your first job can teach you […]

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Four Training Tips You Can Do Right Now to Advance Your Career

Whether you are currently seeking a job or looking to move up the ladder in your current position, you can be proactive in building a plan for future success. If you want to advance your career, start taking steps today to boost your skills, prepare for promotions, or impress interviewers. Here are five career training […]

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Four Facts You Should Know About a Company Before You Interview

Scoring a job interview with a company you’re excited to work for is always a positive thing. But, you still may experience the famous mix of anticipation and dread that goes along with an interview. Rest assured that nervousness and wariness are normal feelings when faced with an interview, but gaining a little pre-interview knowledge […]

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How to Prepare for a Job Interview: 5 Dos and Don’ts

Although no best way of interviewing exists, we do have a list of “do’s and don’ts” in preparing for that important conversation with hiring managers that may help improve your chances for interview success. One of the biggest mistakes you can make in a job interview is not being prepared. Preparation for a job interview […]

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What’s Best for Your Career Path: College or Vo-Tech?

What’s Best for Your Career Path: College or Vo-Tech?

It’s time to break a taboo: college isn’t for everyone. For many, there’s a better—but much less advertised—option: Career Technical Education (CTE). Let’s be more specific. A four-year stay at a traditional university won’t be the best fit for everyone. College is right for many people—but certainly it’s not right for everyone. In today’s economy, […]

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Peak Performer’s Life: FOCUS … Your Personal Guide to Success

Peak Performer’s Life: FOCUS … Your Personal Guide to Success

If you’ve ever been on an airplane, you know how quickly big things appear small. Cars look like ants, acres of land become colorful squares, and skyscrapers become miniscule. It’s amazing what a little perspective can do. Being able to see from a different perspective can make a significant difference in life, and can help […]

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4 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Going Back to School

If you are considering going back to school—whether to earn a degree or learn a new skill—you need to have a plan and determine if this is the right path for you. Hundreds of adults and other non-traditional students go back to technical school, specialized schools, colleges and universities or training programs every year. Post-secondary […]

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