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Poll Results: How Do You Cope With Workplace Stress

Toward the end of April we asked Movin’ On Up readers how they coped with workplace stress. Stress can cause a variety of health problems, from slight headaches to major anxiety, so we wanted to see what our readers were doing to get through it. Results The results were fairly close across the board. Just […]

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Is Lack of Sleep Killing Your Career

Is Lack of Sleep Killing Your Career

According to the National Sleep Foundation, many workers don’t get proper sleep and feel tired throughout the day. Chronic drowsiness and sleep deprivation cause many people issues at work, and many say they feel their work is “sub-par” because of it. A 2008 Sleep in America poll discovered that 29 percent of employees polled admitted to falling […]

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Poll: How Do You Cope With Workplace Stress?

Poll: How Do You Cope With Workplace Stress?

Stressing about stress? How do you handle it? For most people, work is going to be stressful from time to time. Looming deadlines, angry clients, uncooperative co-workers — the list goes on and on. And stress has a huge list of associated health problems. Mayo Clinic notes stress can cause headaches, muscle tension, chest pain, […]

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Workplace Lessons From Popular Love Songs

February is the month of love, which means it’s a time for Valentines, roses, and love songs. Do you know that love songs are more than just sappy lyrics or heart-wrenching vocals? In fact, some of the most popular love songs today have a message that can apply to your job search or career as […]

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Focus On Your Health for American Heart Month

Heart disease affects all areas of your life, including your career. Since February is American Heart Month, it’s a great time to understand the risks of heart disease and learn ways you can stay healthy on the job. Cardiovascular disease and strokes are not only common, they’re costly. In fact, the American Heart Association (AHA) […]

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Celebrate “Clean Off Your Desk Day” With These Tips

Have you had a good look at your desk lately? What do you see? Do you have piles of papers stacked up, dirty coffee cups lying about, or dust gathering? Is last week’s lunch still lurking behind your computer monitor? Believe it or not, that cluttered desk may be costing you hours of wasted time […]

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Staying Healthy During a Stressful Job Search

Let’s be honest – we’re all a bit stressed. Whether it’s in the job search, at work, or at home, almost everyone feels overwhelmed from time to time. Stress is a natural part of life, but even the smallest of stressors can have a negative effect on your health. According to the U.S. Department of […]

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4 Tips for a Stress-Free Interview

No matter how experienced or confident you are in your professional life, when you’re approaching a job interview, you feel the pressure. It’s stressful knowing that you have just a short while to impress an employer and convince them that you’re the best fit for the position. There are ways, though, to alleviate your stress. […]

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Keep Your Cool: Job Interview Prep Guide

You’ve scored the big job interview you’ve been waiting for, and now all you have to do is ace all those questions, make a good impression, wow the hiring managers, and keep your cool. No pressure. Okay, let’s be real. While getting a job interview is good news, it can also be a stressful time. […]

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Are You Stressed Out? Tips for Living a Peak Performer’s Life

Are You Stressed Out? Tips for Living a Peak Performer’s Life

Time management is your ability to allocate time to each task you need to accomplish. According to former professional basketball player and motivational speaker Walter Bond, effectively practicing time management is extremely important to your success and mental wellbeing. By not managing your time, you may put yourself in stressful situations in your job search, […]

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