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  • When Looking for a Job, Put Your Dating Cap On

    When Looking for a Job, Put Your Dating Cap On

    Everyone is pretty familiar with the rules of dating. They go something like this: 1. Play up your positive features: nice car, great figure, fun job, likes to travel 2. Downplay your shortcomings: scary without makeup, regularly wears SPANX, embarrassing amount of credit card debt, has a tendency to stalk exes

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  • Resolving to Go Back to School

    Resolving to Go Back to School

    In our article, Redefining Your Career in the New Year, we address how to plan for a career change. In outlining the process, one area we addressed was the potential need of further education, especially for those looking to shift careers completely. If you think...

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  • Job Hunt Strategies for the New Year

    Job Hunt Strategies for the New Year

    As we look to the year ahead, this is a good time to review the job hunt strategies you employed last year. If you are still looking for a job, seeking a new opportunity, or want to make a career change, re-evaluating the strategies you used last year and how best to...

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  • Dressing for Success in the New Year

    Dressing for Success in the New Year

    We may be entering a new year, and while we herald in changes such as new technologies and trends, some things remain constant year-to-year, and how you dress for success in the workplace is one of them. While today's office environment is far more casual than...

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  • Ford Collaborates with Universities on Sustainability Issues

    Ford Collaborates with Universities on Sustainability Issues

    Individuals who wish to launch careers as environmental scientists may have excellent job opportunities, as the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics expects employment of these professionals to increase by 18% over the next eight years.

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  • Job Search Strategies for Bilingual Professionals

    Job Search Strategies for Bilingual Professionals

    Since Spanish has become a pervasive second language in America, it's only natural that corporations are increasingly eager to recruit bilingual workers. The Hispanic population in the United States has grown by 43 percent in the last decade, surpassing 50 million...

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  • Mergers & Acquisitions: How they May Impact You

    Mergers & Acquisitions: How they May Impact You

    Mergers and acquisitions are a way for some companies to improve profits and productivity, while reducing overall expenses. While good for business, in some cases they are not good for employees. With a merger and acquisition come the requisite lay–offs, leaving many...

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  • Promotions and Longevity: Are You Giving Yourself Credit?

    Promotions and Longevity: Are You Giving Yourself Credit?

    Many job seekers we work with worry about the appearance of job-hopping on their resumes. Job-hopping is a common concern today, not only because of layoffs due to the economy, but because of the perception that Generation Y workers often quit their jobs...

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  • How to Approach Your Job Search If You've Been Fired

    How to Approach Your Job Search If You've Been Fired

    Getting fired is always a tough situation, but it doesn't mean that you'll never achieve job success again. Although challenging, if you approach your job search after a termination strategically you can get back work. The first and most important step...

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  • In a Recession, Take the Long View

    In a Recession, Take the Long View

    The economy enters [the new year] in a severe recession and labor market conditions will deteriorate throughout the year...Housing, automobiles, and steel are in a prolonged downturn...Unemployment rates for every major worker group will reach postwar highs...

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  • Six Things to do When You've Lost Your Job

    Six Things to do When You've Lost Your Job

    When you've lost your job, these simple steps will help you move forward. Wake up everybody! Get out of the unemployment line, and launch your new and improved life: This is not the end of your world. It's the beginning of a much happier career and lifestyle.

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  • Join The Club - Getting The Support You Need To Land Your Next Job

    Join The Club - Getting The Support You Need To Land Your Next Job

    To enhance their job search and make it more effective, many people are turning to the encouragement found in Job Clubs-groups for support, networking, and sharing tips on job hunting, resume writing, and interviewing. Many people find job clubs energizing and genuinely helpful in moving their job search forward.

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  • I Know What You're Thinking (And So Does Your Boss)

    I Know What You're Thinking (And So Does Your Boss)

    If you believe that thinking negative thoughts is a harmless pastime that doesn't affect anything outside of your own head - you could be ruining your chances of finding a job. Consider this: when you're harboring angry thoughts about your unemployment, those negative thoughts are sabotaging your job interviews - even if you're saying all the right words during the interview.

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  • No Second Chance at a First Impression

    No Second Chance at a First Impression

    You may have the best credentials in the world. However, if the first impression you give to a potential employer is a poor one, your chance for the job may be over before the interview begins. Jacqueline Peros, founder of JMP Image and Style, is an expert in the area of making a great first impression. "Studies have shown that most people form opinions about others within the first moments of meeting them", says Ms. Peros.

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  • Sharpen Your Skills And Help Your Favorite Cause

    Sharpen Your Skills And Help Your Favorite Cause

    President Obama has called on Americans to make community service a part of their daily lives. Volunteering is not only a good way to give back to the community, but also a great approach to sharpening skills, networking with employers, and possibly landing a job...

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  • Baby Boomers at Work: Using Age as Fuel

    Baby Boomers at Work: Using Age as Fuel

    Have you ever worried that someone else might get a job you want because they're younger? When you start worrying about the younger competition, it's really time to focus on who you are and who you want to be. Are you happy with your career? Is your life on track?

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  • When All Else Falls Away...

    When All Else Falls Away...

    There's a great beauty inside of you - an awesome truth - when all else is stripped away. It's your authentic self - the one who came here on a mission. This WILL be the year you remember your impossible mission and realign your life to accomplish it.

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  • Your Home Town Knowledge Can Help Land a Job

    Your Home Town Knowledge Can Help Land a Job

    Have you ever read a job description that said, "Strong knowledge of local community preferred?" Many jobs are very regional in nature, including law, real estate, and economic development. When applying to these types of jobs, it is important to highlight your experience in the local area, or to downplay the lack of it if you have not worked there for very long.

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  • Effectively Using Job Fairs

    Effectively Using Job Fairs

    If you live in a medium to large city, you probably see job fairs advertised at least once a month, if not once a week. Job fairs can be a great resource in your job search, but you have to be strategic about which ones you attend and what you do once you're there.

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  • Getting Job Recommendations

    Getting Job Recommendations

    Referrals and recommendations are an important part of the job searching process, whether online or offline. We have found that job seekers are best served when they consistently seek these while searching for employment.

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  • Tweeting for Jobs

    Tweeting for Jobs

    Twitter is a social site that can be helpful when job searching. With the wonders of modern technology, those who list job openings can automatically post each job to twitter as it is listed, giving you the heads up that something has become available within the category that you are searching.

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  • What Are You Actually Being Paid to Do?

    What Are You Actually Being Paid to Do?

    If you work for a large corporation, chances are good that your responsibilities pretty closely match the job description you were given when you started.However, many who work for smaller companies find themselves wearing multiple hats in order to keep the business operating.

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  • Real Estate Agents Can Benefit From Online Education

    Real Estate Agents Can Benefit From Online Education

    Those who wish to become real estate agents may have a number of career opportunities, as the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics expects overall employment of these professionals to increase by...

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  • How to Make a Good First Impression at Work

    How to Make a Good First Impression at Work

    First impressions are always important, and never more so than on the work-front. The reality is and will always be that people make an assumption of you within the first few seconds you meet. This can include everything from the way you dress, to how you speak..

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  • How to Balance Work and Family

    How to Balance Work and Family

    As we celebrate Father's Day, this is a good time to bring up work-life balance. For many, as we've moved into a business culture where being available 24/7 is the norm, work-life balance can be an issue. With dual working family households at close to 50...

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  • You Don't Like Your Job - Now What!

    You Don't Like Your Job - Now What!

    The unemployment rate is high. You dread going into work. What to do? A large percentage of employees in the workforce say they do not like their job. But with a tight job market, many are staying in situations that are less than ideal to their needs...

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  • How to Build a Good Relationship With Your Boss

    How to Build a Good Relationship With Your Boss

    Youve just started a new job. There are many things you need to establish from learning the day to day requirements to getting to know your co-workers and the layout of the company. One of the most important will be developing a good relationship with boss...

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  • Should You Slow Down Your Job Search in the Summer?

    Should You Slow Down Your Job Search in the Summer?

    The air is warm, the grass is green and the sun is shining, but you may inevitably still find yourself among the ranks of the unemployed. What most job seekers do not realize, however, is that the summer months are actually a vital time to commit to your job search...

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  • Evaluating Online Universities

    Evaluating Online Universities

    Recent statistics show the number of students enrolled in online universities has soared dramatically. According to the 2010 report about Online Education in the United States, enrollment rose by almost one million students from a year earlier. About 5.6 million...

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  • Addressing Disabilities at Work

    Addressing Disabilities at Work

    Finding a job is difficult enough for the average worker, but it's even more of a struggle for disabled workers. With an unemployment rate of 14.5 percent, disabled workers must fight twice as hard to gain an employer's attention in this down jobs market...

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  • Celebrating Boss' Day

    Celebrating Boss' Day

    If you're one of the millions of American workers, mark October 16th on your calendar to earn some extra brownie points at work. That's the day that bosses everywhere are nationally recognized for their efforts throughout the year. The history of Boss's Day began in...

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  • Do You Have the Traits that Bosses Love?

    Do You Have the Traits that Bosses Love?

    When it comes to good employees, there is no one-size-fits-all definition. Great employees outshine others by doing what they do best: working hard and working well with others. But there are other characteristics that bosses love to find in their workers. Here are ten...

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  • Don't Tweet Your Way Out of a Job – It's Easy

    Don't Tweet Your Way Out of a Job – It's Easy

    When it comes to social media, the old adage "what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas" unfortunately does not apply. Social networks, like Twitter, can be a permanent record of your innermost thoughts, personal opinions – and in some cases, rants and raves...

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  • How to Deal with a Difficult Boss

    How to Deal with a Difficult Boss

    At some point in your career, you will probably be challenged with dealing with a difficult boss. This may leave you riddled with a sense of low self esteem, and you may bring this negativity home. Although dealing with a difficult boss can leave you feeling that you have no...

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  • The Importance of Mentors

    The Importance of Mentors

    Job success is a combination of many factors, from your skill set and knowledge, to business acumen and how you interact with colleagues. One area that can also help with your career goals is having a mentor. Many people disregard the role mentoring can...

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  • Accomplish More by doing Less

    Accomplish More by doing Less

    Working hard or hardly working? Contrary to popular belief, more hours does not equal more success. If you are working a 10 or 12-hour work day, you may end the day exhausted, irritated, and lacking the energy to pursue personal interests. However, it's not...

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  • Top Resolutions for the New Year

    Top Resolutions for the New Year

    The cornerstone of any successful career is excitement and eagerness to do something that you love. With the desire for career success, this may mean extra work, which can result in detachment from friends and family in favor of attending to the innumerable...

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  • Worst Career Advice Ever

    Worst Career Advice Ever

    Just because someone else says it doesn't necessarily make it true. With the plethora of advice available on the Internet in regards to seeking a new job, or advancing in a current position, one might have a difficult time deciding whom to listen to. Unfortunately...

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  • Does Your Office Space Affect Your Work?

    Does Your Office Space Affect Your Work?

    Whether you are confined to a cubicle or an open office, the comfort of your workplace can be directly proportional to the satisfaction and productivity of your work. You may work in an older office, your employer may have had to forego the comforts of office...

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  • Keeping up with Technology at Work

    Keeping up with Technology at Work

    When it comes to technology it seems we're all moving at "warped speed". The past few years, in particular, have brought us an influx of new technologies, making the general convenience of our personal lives grow exponentially, as well as streamlining our...

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  • How to Survive a Bad Performance Review

    How to Survive a Bad Performance Review

    The unthinkable has happened. You just met with your boss and received a bad performance review. While your first instinct may be to respond in anger or become defensive, your best approach is to remain calm. You can survive - and thrive, after a bad performance...

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  • Is Just Doing Your Job Good Enough?

    Is Just Doing Your Job Good Enough?

    Even with unemployment showing signs of improvement, the jobless rate remains at an all–time high. Imagine how many of those jobs seekers are qualified to do your job. While your first instinct in a somewhat depressing jobs market may be to just muddle through...

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  • What if You've Never Had a

    What if You've Never Had a "Real Job"?

    Maybe you're just about to graduate. Maybe you've been a parent and homemaker since you got married. Maybe you left school to care for a sick parent and now it's ten years later, and you're wondering how to start a career . Now you wonder, "How can I convince someone to hire me when I've never had a real job?"

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  • 5 Ways To Tap Into Career Intuition

    5 Ways To Tap Into Career Intuition

    Do you believe in intuition? Do you realize you can tap into your own future and "see" your next successful career step? Perhaps you're smart, successful, practical, realistic and don't believe in what you can't see. But then why are you in this mess? Why are you rethinking your life? Why are you afraid?

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  • The Changing Landscape for Job Seekers

    The Changing Landscape for Job Seekers

    With the very structure of the employment sector changing, both workers and employers are trying to make sense of where the jobs will be in the future. Time will tell where new growth in job creation will emerge, but increased training in using new technology is a good start. Not only will workers need to acquire training at this time, they will need to continuously train in these new technologies which change quickly and will need to be upgraded often...

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  • Is It Time to Reinvent Your Career?

    Is It Time to Reinvent Your Career?

    Let's say you've done all the right things; went to law school, got a job with a good firm, and now collect a nice paycheck and benefits. Yet, the age of 30 is fast approaching and you're feeling like you're wearing the wrong skin. Your life doesn't fit who you are inside. Yet everyone around you is very proud of your accomplishments. They say, "Be grateful you have a job...

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  • Begin Again...

    Begin Again...

    "How can I possibly start over?" you ask as we stare at the waves tumbling towards us on the beach. "I'm older now. Who would hire me?" "It's better this way," I whisper. "You know it wasn't good the way it was." "Yes, I know that."

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  • Tis the Season...

    Tis the Season...

    The holiday season is a time to celebrate traditions, spend time with family and friends, and, contrary to popular belief, it can also be a savvy time to search for a job. Most people assume that the hiring process drops off during the time between Thanksgiving and Christmas...

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  • I See Your Dream Job: Your New Year's Resolution

    I See Your Dream Job: Your New Year's Resolution

    Forget the "lose 5 pounds" and "stop drinking coffee" resolutions; this year, it's time to use the powerful energy of a new decade to finally do the work you came here to do. These six steps will help you launch your new-and-improved career, and move closer to your life's work.

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  • The Intuitive Job Search

    The Intuitive Job Search

    If you've been job hunting for awhile with few promising results, it's time to try something new. It's time to use the powerful energy inside of you - called intuition - to guide you to the work you came here to do. When you master the art of listening to your intuition, it's like revving up your job-search engine and giving it super-powers.

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  • The Next Possible Thing

    The Next Possible Thing

    You woke up this morning with a new idea. You marinated in it before getting out of bed. You asked yourself, is this the time to follow that dream? There has never been a greater time to follow that dream than now.When the conventional rules of career come crashing in around us, we emerge from the rubble holding onto our true selves - the divine potential we came to fulfill through our work. Nothing else remains.

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  • Pros and Cons of Relocation

    Pros and Cons of Relocation

    In a job market where people often can't look around and simply find an identical position at another company, the question of relocation frequently comes up. Well-meaning friends ask on a regular basis, "Have you looked outside the area?"

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  • Business Professionals Have Numerous Online Degree Options

    Business Professionals Have Numerous Online Degree Options

    Those who have earned a master's degree and wish to boost their careers may benefit from enrolling in a doctoral degree program Professionals with advanced degrees and certifications have increased job prospects, lower rates of unemployment and higher salaries than those with less education, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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  • Expanding Your Horizons

    Expanding Your Horizons

    The US Bureau of Labor Statistics has repeatedly stated that the healthcare industry will be one of the leading generators of new jobs over the next several years. Good news when so many jobs are being eliminated or shipped overseas. Obviously, as Baby Boomers...

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  • Job Hunt Strategies for College Grad and Other Entry Level Job Seekers

    Job Hunt Strategies for College Grad and Other Entry Level Job Seekers

    Entry-level job seekers find themselves in a unique position. While they may have the education that a job requires, they lack the all important on-the-job experience. From college students about to...

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  • Tips and Tricks for a Successful Job Search

    Tips and Tricks for a Successful Job Search

    If you find that your job search has stalled or you aren't getting any responses from prospective employers, the recruiting specialists at America's Job Exchange offer some tips to consider that can kick-start your search again and provide some fresh perspective...

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  • The Job Seeker's Guide to Online Job Search

    The Job Seeker's Guide to Online Job Search

    Launching a job search can be a daunting task for anyone, whether you're a transitioning veteran job seeker, looking to change careers or a novice. The Web is peppered with scores of job sites, referral tools, networking sites, social media, and job search engines...

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  • Professionals Have Increased Opportunities To Obtain Project Management Training

    Professionals Have Increased Opportunities To Obtain Project Management Training

    Employers are increasingly seeking applicants who have completed training in project management . As a result, a growing number of online and campus-based postsecondary institutions are offering...

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  • Why Finding the Right Job Fit is So Important

    Why Finding the Right Job Fit is So Important

    What is the perfect job? Unfortunately, it doesnt exist. This is not an alarmingly pessimistic point of view, but rather a real one. Every man and woman in the work force has different strengths, weaknesses, opinions, personalities, and an unfathomable amount of other...

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  • Changing Careers - Questions You Need to Ask Yourself

    Changing Careers - Questions You Need to Ask Yourself

    Americans will change jobs at least 8-10 times in their lifetime. But even more daunting than a new job is a new career, which statisticians believe will occur about 4 times in one's lifetime. The reason for a career change varies, but for most people it is usually...

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  • Redefining Your Career in the New Year

    Redefining Your Career in the New Year

    If you are like many people, you may be gearing up to make a New Year's resolution. This is a time of year when you, like countless others, are perhaps re-assessing some aspect of your life and setting goals for the year ahead. This may also be a time...

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  • Your Career: What Do You Really Want?

    Your Career: What Do You Really Want?

    Regardless of what career path you choose, fundamentally most of us work because we need to earn a living. At some point in all of our careers, however, the inevitable question is posed "Is this what I want to be doing?" While this can seem like a daunting question...

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  • Women in the Workforce: Strategies to Finding a Job

    Women in the Workforce: Strategies to Finding a Job

    The female presence in the workforce, whether in accounting, the sciences, human resources, developing corporate communications, or assuming executive positions, is increasing in just about every industry. According to statistics from the U.S. Department of Labor...

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  • Staying Positive Throughout Your Job Search

    Staying Positive Throughout Your Job Search

    Keeping an upbeat attitude throughout your job search may seem effortless at first, but if weeks pass without any viable leads, its easy to get discouraged. Stopping your job search completely or accepting any job that comes along out of desperation is tempting...

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  • Job Hunt Strategies for Seniors

    Job Hunt Strategies for Seniors

    Like many Americans, the older workforce has been impacted by the implications of the economic downturn. For seniors in or returning to the labor market, the job search process can seem overwhelming and time consuming. Whether looking for a full-time career...

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  • Good Career Choices for Americans with Disabilities

    Good Career Choices for Americans with Disabilities

    The Americans with Disability Act (ADA) levels the playing field for people with disabilities. And when it comes to employment, everyone should have the same opportunity available if they have the skills to carry out the job function successfully. So, what kind of jobs...

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  • National Disability Employment Awareness Month

    National Disability Employment Awareness Month

    With the unemployment rate holding steady in the 9 percent range, many Americans are having difficulty obtaining a job. The economy has been especially difficult for employment for disabled workers. A recent Bureau of Labor Statistics report sheds light on the plight...

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  • History of Women and Equality

    History of Women and Equality

    Womens Equality Day, the 19th Amendment (which guaranteed a womans right to vote), and the Equal Pay Act are all early steps that have led to shaping gender equality in todays work force. In recognition of Womens Equality Day, the recruiting experts at...

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  • What Do Employers Want from Their Employees?

    What Do Employers Want from Their Employees?

    What makes a good employee? While the response may differ from manager to manager and company, one constant holds true – employers want employees who are dependable, trustworthy, and good at their jobs. Great employees share certain characteristics...

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  • Making the Most of Your Commute to Work

    Making the Most of Your Commute to Work

    For many Americans, the average work week not only encompasses 40 hours, but also the added time spent commuting back and forth. This can make finding work-life balance a daunting task. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, on average, Americans spend more than...

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  • Team Work: What it Really Takes to Create a Team Environment

    Team Work: What it Really Takes to Create a Team Environment

    The old mantra-there is no I in team, although overused should be considered a sound philosophy all employees need adopt to succeed in today's work environment. A streamlined workforce, mergers...

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  • A Day in Your Boss' Shoes - How it Can Help You Do a Better Job

    A Day in Your Boss' Shoes - How it Can Help You Do a Better Job

    I'm sure you've asked yourself; "what exactly does my boss do all day?" You may see them in meetings, going out to business lunches or in countless strategy sessions. You may feel your boss does at...

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  • Are You Overqualified for the Job?

    Are You Overqualified for the Job?

    Have you ever stopped to consider your job qualifications? While some job seekers worry that they are not qualified enough for the position of their dreams, others run the risk of being seen as overqualified...

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  • How to Write a Job Acceptance Letter

    How to Write a Job Acceptance Letter

    Whether by standard mail or email, if you have accepted a job offer it is always a good idea to send a job acceptance letter. This communique is a way to outline the details of the job, an opportunity to thank those with whom you've met, as well as confirm the start...

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  • Important or Urgent Tasks – How Do You Decide?

    Important or Urgent Tasks – How Do You Decide?

    Many employees – regardless of what field they work in - are faced daily with tasks that require immediate attention. But when you are saddled with multiple deadlines at work, how do you decide between those that are urgent; where not meeting deadlines may impact...

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  • How Do You Decide what is a Priority When everything is Important?

    How Do You Decide what is a Priority When everything is Important?

    Is everything really that important? Sometimes it may feel that way when weighed down with both work and family life. The hardest part when this happens is to determine what is the real priority, and what tasks can be relegated to a later time. Unfortunately...

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  • Advantages of Being Flexible in the Workplace

    Advantages of Being Flexible in the Workplace

    Flexibility at work is a necessity for employees and employers, alike. Streamlined workforces, shifts in technology and a changing market are just a few reasons why flexibility is the new norm for many organizations. While your company may not have a formal...

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  • New Year Resolutions for the Workplace

    New Year Resolutions for the Workplace

    The New Year means new beginnings - a great time to set both personal and workplace goals. Here are some ways to help you ring in the New Year with resolutions specific to the workplace. I resolve to do the best job I can each day. Do you understand what’s...

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  • Recovering from the Holiday Madness

    Recovering from the Holiday Madness

    You may still be recovering from the rush of the holidays – work and family obligations, holiday shopping and all your countless other commitments may have left you bereft of energy. The New Year is an ideal time to assess the past year and make improvements...

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  • Managing Your Online Reputation

    Managing Your Online Reputation

    Managing your online reputation in today's world is more important than ever. Whether you are a LinkedIn maven, a Word Press fanatic, or you launch Facebook more times a day than you'd rather admit, odds are you've joined the social media revolution...

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  • How to Leave a Job Gracefully

    How to Leave a Job Gracefully

    While everyone has a Jerry Maguire fantasy of walking out of the office with flare, you should always approach every aspect of work with professionalism. The way you approach quitting a job can impact your career, so you need to be careful. If you want to leave...

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  • When to Turn Down a Job Offer

    When to Turn Down a Job Offer

    It may sound counter-intuitive in a down job market, but there are instances when it is best to turn down a job offer. This can be a result of many factors, including the job not being a good fit, the responsibilities are not ideal to your career goals and more...

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  • Preparing for Your Performance Review

    Preparing for Your Performance Review

    Stress, anticipation, trepidation, and anxiety: these are all emotions a person feels before an interview. But they are also common during another big event in a persons career the performance review. Many workers get only one or two chances a year to put...

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  • Top 9 Most Common Income Tax Errors

    Top 9 Most Common Income Tax Errors

    Tax time can be one of the most stressful times of the year. Ideally the taxes you pay out in your paycheck would be enough, but that is not always the case and sometimes there are credits or additional deductions you can take. That's why it's important...

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  • Working Capital for Large Scale Projects

    Working Capital for Large Scale Projects

    Launching a large scale project requires the right financial advisers and proper planning. It's important that your financial adviser is someone who has chosen to become a CPA. All CPAs are well-versed in financial planning and advising various clients on...

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