What Would You Do With 20 More Hours per Week?

Get More Done

By now, it’s become commonly accepted that multitasking is bad. However, there are several opportunities throughout the day during where “double-tasking” can be your the best friend of a young professional.

By grouping the activities below together, I routinely add up to four hours of productivity to my day…   

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14 Soft Skills to Master As a Twenty-Something

Career will thank you

What if, as online courses become more legitimate and trustworthy and internships and apprenticeships provide even more value, employers stop caring about where we gain the skills required — and only care that we have them?

In order to attract the attention of those employers, here are 14 soft skills – intangible qualities you won’t find in any textbook – that you’ll want to master as a twenty-something…   

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Career Confusion: Which Job Might Be Right For You? [Infographic]

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“What do you want to be when you grow up?” From about the age of six, this is a question we hear often. And by the time we’re in high school, it seems everyone we meet asks us some variation of this question. But how do you really know – based on your strengths, weaknesses and personality type –what career is right for you? And if you do already have an answer to the “…when you grow up…” question, how do you know if that career will be in high demand by employers? Vista College, through this comprehensive infographic, not   

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Job Search Sabotage: Taking Rejection Too Personally

Don Miguel Ruiz

In “The Four Agreements,” a bestselling book by Don Miguel Ruiz, “Don’t take anything personally,” is the second agreement.

Taking things personally in your job search can result in feelings of hurt and inadequacy when you get rejected, something goes wrong in the job interview process or you receive bad advice…   

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How to Choose a Profession That Fits Your Personality

Choose a Day in the Life

“Choose a job you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.”

That’s a saying almost anyone trying to find the best career for them has heard before. It could also be said that if you choose a profession that suits your personality, you will also be able to enjoy better job satisfaction and work-life balance too…   

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The 7 Deadly Job Search Sins of Recent College Grads

7 Deadly Job Search Sins

With spring upon us, a slew of college graduates will soon enter into the Hunger Games… I mean… the modern job market. And one thing is for sure, what happens in this arena is not what you expected.

Everyone knows that circling ads in the newspaper with a sharpie is an obsolete strategy. But there are many other job search sins, just as antiquated as that Sunday morning ritual, still being committed by recent college graduates…   

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