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Poll Results: The Most Popular Part-Time Jobs

Which job should you choose? Fulltime work isn’t for everyone. Some workers are at a point in their lives where they want to spend more time with their families and less time at the office. Others need to be able to balance taking care of children or sick relatives with earning a paycheck. For those […]

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Discussing Skills and Experience in an Interview

Interviews usually start out the same way. You’ll shake hands with your interviewer, sit down, and wait for the first question. They might want a quick introduction, or could just go right into asking about your resume. If you don’t have a resume, they might want you to speak about your applicable experience and skills. […]

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Poll Question: What Type of Part-time Work Would You Consider?

Poll Question: What Type of Part-time Work Would You Consider?

We are all more than workers. We’re fathers, mothers, sons, daughters, grandparents, hobbyists, and so much more. Which means we need time to take care of sick kids, help our parents in their old age, or simply to pursue other passions. But with a fulltime job, that’s not always easy. We need to get things […]

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No Degree, No Problem: Top Jobs that Don’t Require a College Degree

The professional job market is competitive, with most positions requiring a college degree just to get in the door. However, college is both expensive and a serious time commitment. Many of those who can’t afford college are looking for jobs that pay well and can provide a great career. Some of these men and women […]

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Create the Perfect Elevator Pitch

How to tell your entire work history in a minute or less First things first—what is an elevator pitch? As defined by Investopedia, an elevator pitch is a “…term used to describe a brief speech that outlines an idea for a product, service, or project.” In the world of interviewing, your “elevator pitch” is a quick […]

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Part-Time Jobs to Do While Job Searching

It takes time to find the perfect job, but you need money now—what can you do? The job search isn’t quick. Even if you know exactly what type of job you’re looking for, you still have to find an opening to apply for. Next is waiting to see if you get an interview and subsequently […]

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Creating an At-Home Flexible Side Gig

As we found in a previous study, flexibility is the number one benefit (outside of healthcare) that employees look for when applying for jobs. This is hardly surprising, given the many different ‘hats’ the average working adult has to wear. You’re not just an employee; you’re also a father, a mother, a grandmother, a grandfather, […]

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Questions to Ask Yourself Before a Career Change

Are you ready to make the big leap? You don’t like your job. You’ve known for a while, but hey; it pays the bills! Plus, it’s not like you hate it—you just wish you were doing something else. It’s simply not the right fit. One day something changes. Maybe you’re placed on a special project […]

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What’s the Best Job Search Website: Part 2

The pros and cons of the most popular social media job search sites Our Assessment In a previous article, we profiled the major job search websites and highlighted their differences. This time we’re focused on the job search portions of popular social media sites, including Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Each network is unique, with its […]

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Job Spotlight: Medical Secretary

Could this position heal your job search pains? Despite already having experience with several jobs, many working adults are unable to answer that age-old question: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Our Job Spotlight monthly blog series is designed to help with that. In this series, we review all the basics […]

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