Category Archives: Career Advice

10 Proven Tactics for Getting Your Next Promotion Faster

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When the opportunity presents itself, you must know how to make sure you don’t get overlooked for your next promotion.

The 10 tips featured here will put you on a path to getting your next promotion faster…   

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Self-Analysis Time: Are You an Extrovert Versus Introvert? [Infographic]

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In the process of deciding your career path, you may want to perform a little self-analysis to determine if you are an extrovert versus introvert.

This simple infographic from OffiveVibe prompts some of the questions you’ll need to ask yourself…   

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What You Should Really Expect During Your First Week On the Job

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As a young professional, your first”real” job is a momentous and once a in a lifetime opportunity. And, as with any new experience, you may feel uncertain about what to expect during your first week on the job.

Want to thrive in your first week at your job? Expect the unexpected.   

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Don’t Quit Your Day Job: 9 Strategies for Starting a New Business


Many of us have considered leaving the 9-to-5 and starting a new business, from a casual side gig to launching our own start-up.

And yet, our financial or personal situations won’t allow us to walk away from our day jobs. Not yet anyway…   

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The Skills Gap Is Real (And It’s Way Bigger Than You Think)

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It isn’t just hard skills or technical skills that employers are struggling to find. Adaptability and the ability to thrive in ambiguity are also important. According to Hirst, “Another thing that we keep hearing is about the soft skills that people need to work in fast moving, multidisciplinary teams, to learn, re-learn, and unlearn skills needed to cope with the rapid pace of change. The key issue here is the ability for workers to reskill again and again.”   

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How to Resign Your Current Position the Right Way


When we quit our current position, a burning bridge can be a bad sign to future employers. So it’s a good strategy to be professional and to leave things neat and tidy.

Here’s how to resign the right way…   

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