Tag: Career Advice

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Deciding If It’s a Career Change or Boss Change That You Need

Excitement for work and general happiness and zest for life are traits that many professionals desire in potential recruits. Unfortunately, that is not always the case for workers. If you’re feeling bored, miserable, and/or unhappy at work, you may feel encouraged to search for a new job. But, before you go updating the resume and…
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New Grads: Why You Should Update Your Resume, Even If You’re Not Job-Hunting

Congratulations to those of you who have successfully managed to find employment following graduation! Even though there’s peace of mind knowing you’re now employed and beginning the journey of your first job after college, it’s wise to take the time to continue to update and maintain your resume. According to studies, including one conducted by…
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Get the Resume Ready to Return to Work After Being a Stay-at-Home Parent

Oftentimes, the stay-at-home parent who decides to return to work is in a conundrum over the job they want to pursue and how to display that they qualify for the job on the resume. They may have had experience in the past or have experience and skills they can transfer over to the new job,…
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Main Areas to Overcome as a Job Seeker Trying to Return to the Workforce

While it’s been some time since you left the workforce and the thought of making a return now seems plausible, the task at hand comes across as daunting. This is common and what many worry over is the resume. There are questions like: What do I do about my lack of current work experience? What…
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Taking a Lower-Level Position – 4 Things to Know

It’s easy to conclude that taking a lower-level position means putting the brakes on the career track or even taking a step back, but in fact, there can be a lot to gain in such a decision. Sometimes you have to take a step back in order to take a step forward in your career.