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New Google Tool Helps Veterans Find Civilian Jobs

As difficult as life in the military can be, many veterans find that transitioning into a civilian job can be particularly tough, too. These brave men and women possess an array of leadership and business skills that make them a valuable asset to any company. Despite this, some struggle with making the transition to a civilian […]

Quick Tips to Organize Your Workspace

When it comes to productivity, a little organization in your workspace can go a long way. Here are a few quick tips to help you get organized at work. Plan for Success Define Your Goals: Getting started on the path to organization can be overwhelming. Start by creating a written list of your top priorities. […]

New Year, New Career

If you’ve been thinking about shifting gears in your career, the new year is the perfect time to do so. Here are a few ways you can jump-start your job search in 2018. Re-evaluate Your Priorities Make a list of your most important career-related goals. Circle the top two and focus on achieving only those things first. […]

Tips to Overcome Your “Phone Phobia” at Work

Despite spending most of our time within arm’s reach of our phones, many people dread actually placing a call. In fact, the fear of making and receiving phone calls is common enough to have a name: telephonophobia. In person, you pick up a lot of cues by watching someone’s body language, but on the phone, you […]

5 Fluff Items You Can Leave Off Your Resume

The average recruiter or hiring manager spends about seven seconds scanning your resume. Too many resumes are littered with fluff and irrelevant information, diluting the job seeker’s key message. If you want a shot at the job, every section of your resume should be clear, concise, and thoughtfully constructed. A resume that is both informative […]

6 Easy Ways to Stand Out and Land That Job

In today’s world, it can be challenging to figure out how to stand out in your job search. You may have a great resume with reliable references. Great – but chances are the competition you face for the job do, too. Hiring managers are flooded with applications from qualified candidates. If you really want the […]

Ghosted After An Interview? Here’s What To Do Next.

It goes like this: Two people meet, and things seem to be going well. After a few phone calls and maybe even a date (or two), one person vanishes with no communication of any kind to the other. We all know what ghosting is when it comes to dating — but did you know that […]

Answering the “Why Did You Leave Your Last Job?” Question Like a Pro

There are no easy questions in a job interview, but some are trickier than others. Explaining why you left your last job – or why you want to leave your current position – is the perfect example. Perhaps you worked for a toxic boss, or you met obstacles on your way up the ladder. Maybe […]

Five Ways to Build Confidence at Work

Feeling confident at work is key to a successful career. Once you believe in what you’re doing, others will too, and they’ll trust your decisions. However,  for some people, that’s easier said than done. The good news is building confidence at work is possible and doesn’t require a complete personality overhaul. If you need a […]

Six Tips to Help You Formulate A Career “Plan B”

Do you know what you would do if you lost your job tomorrow? Did you ever formulate a career Plan B? Many people joke and say, “Well, I can always wait tables” or “I’ll just teach.”  However, those two options might not be practical. You cannot just walk into a classroom and start teaching. There […]


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