Category Archives: Technology

Telecommuting: 10 Great Jobs that Let You Work from Home

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There has been a 115% percent increase in telecommuting between 2005-2015.  

After all, why go into a crowded, gloomy office when you could work from home, a bar, or even a beach?   

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8 Email Fails that Can Ruin Your Professional Reputation

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The emails messages we send could doom new opportunities and restrict our career development. Yes, this seems harsh… but it happens every day.

So here are 8 simple ways to improve our communication, and our reputation, via email…   

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No More Job Security? Workplace Automation Isn’t Stealing Your Job… Yet

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Do you fear your job will disappear as a result of driverless cars or self-checkout lanes in stores?

There’s been a lot written about workplace automation. But don’t worry, robots won’t take your job… yet.   

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Remote Jobs: The 10 Best Careers for Working from Anywhere [Infographic]

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According to a recent survey, 66 percent of professional employees believe their companies will be entirely remote in 5 years. So the future is certainly coming.

But if you want to find a remote job in your field right now, the answer might be found in this infographic from NutCache…   

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Essential Tech Skills Everyone Now Needs (And Why You Need Them)

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The benefits of having some tech skills under your belt extend way beyond just the tech industry.

In fact, there are so many benefits to learning tech skills that it’s becoming a big disadvantage if you don’t make learning basic coding a priority…   

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Online Learning: Now Crucial to Your Career Development

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What comes to mind when you think of online learning? Imagery of a sketchy, unknown institution with a website full of smoke and mirrors designed to hoodwink students, maybe? If it does, then you’re thinking of what online learning was a decade ago. Yes, poor experiences with online universities happen. These poor examples of distance education are vastly outnumbered by the legitimate online learning opportunities available today.   

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