Author Archives: Levo League

How to Start a Freelance Business While You’re Still Employed

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Even though I’d followed the tried-and-true freelancing advice, I felt woefully under-prepared for what was to come.

To avoid making the same mistakes I did, here’s what you should do to set up your freelance business while you’re still employed…   

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25 Remote Work Websites that Let You Earn from Anywhere

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When was the last time you were late to work because you got stuck at the back of an endless line waiting for your mislabeled coffee? Did you ever think this could be your office?

With these remote work websites, you could skip the commute and work remotely from wherever you are…   

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For the Sake of Your Career: 10 Bad Work Habits You Must Break

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Since most of us spend the vast majority of our waking moments at our jobs, it’s tough not to develop certain work habits.

And some of us, intentional or not, develop some toxic work habits that do more than just annoy our coworkers…   

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Resume Lies: How Common is Dishonesty? [Infographic]

And you thought Pinnochio was bad. Turns out your office is probably full of Pinnochios.

According to a new OfficeTeam survey, resume lies may be on the rise…   

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6 Ways to Empower Your Social Media Job Search

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All the tools you need to market yourself and turn Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Tumblr into powerful search engines for finding work are built into the sites themselves.

So read on as we break down a few quick and easy ways to empower your social media job search…   

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Career Mistakes : 5 Common Lessons Learned by Young Professionals

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Growing from your career mistakes — and using them to take your career in the right direction — is what counts.

At least, that’s what several professionals learned from these post-college blunders….   

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