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Sizzling Hot Resume Tips

Sizzling Hot Resume Tips

Take a break from the heat and update your resume. If you’re not enjoying the sand and surf, why not take a few minutes to see if there are any changes you should make to your resume? A good cleaning every now and then (we recommend constant resume upkeep) is good for even the most […]

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17 Tips for an Outstanding New Year

The new year has officially begun, which means it’s time to make sure you’re focused on your goals for the year. Since this is the 17th year of this century, here are 17 tips to help you have an outstanding year: Don’t procrastinate. If you put off the things you need to accomplish, you may […]

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Tips to Help You Prepare for Your Holiday Job

Tips to Help You Prepare for Your Holiday Job

Holiday hiring is here, and many people have been or will be working a seasonal job this year. While some of those workers will use these jobs as a way to bring extra income, many hope that this will be their jumping off point into full-time work. If you’re one of those workers wanting your […]

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4 Tips for Finding Seasonal Work This Year

4 Tips for Finding Seasonal Work This Year

The holiday gift-buying rush is upon us, and with it comes a perfect opportunity to find a seasonal job to bring in a little extra money. Consumers spent more than $626.1 billion dollars during the winter holidays in 2015-2016, according to the National Retail Foundation, continuing an upward trend since 2008. In 2014, employers hired […]

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Five Tips for Your Career Future

Five Tips for Your Career Future

In his 2010 New York Times Bestseller, “Linchpin,” Seth Godin proposes that the future of work will look dramatically different. He uses the term linchpin to describe the type of workers who will be needed and thrive as the workforce and businesses adjust to new technologies and trends. “Linchpins are the essential building blocks of […]

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Outperform With These 5 Resume Tips

Outperform With These 5 Resume Tips

Everyone knows that your resume is an important part of landing an interview, and ultimately, a job. But, with so many qualified candidates going after the same jobs, how do you stand out? Take a look at these five resume tips to help you outperform the competition. 1. Customize When you apply for a job, […]

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5 Tips for New Grads in the Changing Workforce

5 Tips for New Grads in the Changing Workforce

The transition from college to the workplace brings many changes, but is also full of opportunity. With the five different generations in today’s workforce, it’s important to find your place in the workforce and establish yourself as a professional who can make a positive impression. Whether you’ve landed your first job, or are on the […]

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3 Must Master Communication Skills

True or false? Communication for your job ends when the clock strikes 5 p.m. and you sprint out the door to head home. False. Even though you may have set great boundaries for your work/life balance, the innovation of technology has made us virtually on call 24/7.  This means you are likely to check your […]

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Is the Customer Really Always Right?

We’ve all heard the saying “the customer is always right.” This saying implies that no matter what, the customer is right in every situation and businesses should always attend to their needs. But, is this wisdom really wise? We’ll let you in on a little secret that many businesses are afraid to share: the customer […]

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When Your Co-worker Becomes Your Boss

Consider this – one day, you and your co-worker are sitting side by side, working on projects and getting along as peers. The next day, that co-worker gets promoted and is now your boss. How do you switch gears from being peers with someone to working for them? When a co-worker becomes your boss, the […]

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