Tagged: Career Advice

5 Tips for Searching for a Job While Unemployed

5 Tips for Searching for a Job While Unemployed

Unemployment can be difficult, frustrating, and lengthy. It can also be relaxing and a great time to catch up on projects around the house or see family. As you begin to get into “Search Mode,” and are ready to find your next job, here are 5 tips to help you in your job hunt.

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3 things Hiring Managers Expect When They Interview

3 Things Hiring Managers Expect When They Interview

No matter what role or industry you are in, all hiring managers have 3 minimum expectations. If you are well-prepared, these are very easy. However, many candidates fall short in these critical areas. You know what is on your resume and are able to talk about it If you put something on your resume, be […]

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Making Time for Your Passion Outside of Work

Making Time for Your Passion Outside of Work

Regardless of the type of job that you have, a majority of us often spend more time in the office then we do in our own homes. There’s nothing wrong with being a hard worker and putting in some extra hours, but it’s important to know that you still need to make time outside of […]

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The Importance of Having a Mentor in Your Career

The Importance of Having a Mentor in Your Career

Throughout some of my more recent networking events, I’ve had the opportunity to meet a handful of individuals who have become quite successful in their respective fields. In between discussing what they do for work, where they’re from, or our mutual connections, there was another piece of information that kept coming up in these conversations. […]

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5 Reasons Employees Should Take That Vacation

There are a variety of reasons that employees choose to NOT take time off from work, but I am here to tell you to take that vacation you’ve been dreaming of and enjoy it! Pack your bags and leave your guilty feelings at the door. Vacations need to start feeling less like a luxury and […]

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