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5 Ways To Manage Job Hunting Stress

Job hunting isn’t always easy and can actually bring quite a bit of stress to your life. This is even more pronounced if you have ...

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Find Your Dream Job: 3 Imperative Questions To Ask Yourself

Making a career or job change is more common than not these days. For many, it’s a much-needed change from a career or job that ...

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5 “Men’s Work” Careers Women Thrive In

Plenty of women are in positions that, up until recently, were chiefly occupied by men. However, women still have a long way to go to even out the playing field. It would help to get more women interested in careers that have been thought of as "man’s work." After all, if a woman can do the job, she can do the job. Period. Here are 5 "men's work" careers women thrive in.

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3 Ways To Boost Your Career With The Internet

When it comes to jumpstarting your career, you want to use whatever means possible to get things moving. Though it's important to engage potential employers in real life and work on real skills, don’t forget about the Internet. It can make you a much more desirable candidate, build connections that last a lifetime, and even get you some insider info. Here are 3 ways to boost your career with the Internet.

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4 Tips To Bust You Out Of A Career Rut

It’s pretty easy to figure out whether or not you’re in a career rut. A telltale sign is that queasy feeling you get on a Monday morning - the dread of having to go to a job you hate. You must deal with the same boring people, forcing yourself to go through the motions of your tedious day. And, though, I understand that you can't always just up and quit a job, there are some things that will bust you out of a career rut! Keep in mind, it's going to take some guts, energy, and consistency! Let's get you out of that rut!

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9 Careers To Keep The Creative Happy!

Are you a creative badass who loves to innovate, express herself, and make money doing what you love? If you are not currently stimulating any of these inner longings, you might take a look at a creative career. However, many creative women are also multi-talented and find choosing just one thing difficult. Here is a list of 9 careers to keep the creative happy!

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Is A Career In Medicine For You?

Have you always wanted to help people or dreamed about being a doctor or nurse? If so, you are not alone. It’s a popular aspiration, particularly in light of the high salaries and status that some medical professionals enjoy. But how do you really know if this type of work is right for you? I have to admit, that even at 50, I've considered getting into functional medicine because of my passion for health. Although the rewards could be great, it takes years of hard work and a lot of money to achieve these goals. It's definitely something to consider carefully by weighing all of the pros and cons.

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5 Fulfilling Career Paths That Give Back To Society

Finding the perfect job is not always easy. Many women, especially young adults, struggle for years to enter careers that use their unique skills and fulfill their spirits. Many are forced to take positions that are convenient and simply pay the bills. Still, that small voice speaks frequently about wanting more than just a job. Fortunately, this could be a reality by looking in the right places. I've compiled a list of 5 popular fulfilling career paths that give back to society.

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The Best Interview Strategies: Part IV

Interviewing for a new job can be one of the most stressful events in your life - unless you are prepared and confident about your ability to make a good impression. We have discussed your resume, personal appearance, and some communication techniques. Today, I would like to address the technique for interview damage control.

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The Best Interview Strategies: Part III

We have discussed being prepared for the interview with a killer resume and your head full of information about the company and its philosophies. Getting an interview is half the battle, but now you must step things up even more for the actual face-to-face with the person or people who can change your future. You want to stand out from the crowd of applicants that likely want the position as much as you do.

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The Best Interview Strategies: Part II

By this time most of you should be familiar with technology and its benefits, at least enough to type a resume and send an email. But regardless of how advanced modern job hunting can get, I still think it's smart to have good-old-fashioned copies of your resume. Start with a formatted version in a Word program; keep it simple and clean.

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