Category Archives: YouTern

Getting Started: An Instruction Manual for Your First Job [Infographic]

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No matter how well you did in school, you really can’t know what to expect from your first job.

Thankfully, this infographic from BudgetDirect provides the instruction manual you need…   

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A Solid Exit Strategy: 5 Tips to Help You Go from Employee to Self-Employed

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Want to transition from traditional employee to self-employed? Do you have a solid exit strategy?

Get started by thinking about these five important tips…   

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What are Irrelevant Jobs? Which Should You Leave off Your Resume?

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A resume is a marketing document that quickly shows a potential employer how you are a fit for their job. It is not a personal or career biography.

To determine which irrelevant jobs in your past to leave off your resume, consider this…   

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LinkedIn Profile Views: Where Are Yours Coming From (And Why Does it Matter)?

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You get profile views (like potential customers stopping into your store) each and every day.

So why not take these visits seriously? Then engage in a conversation with at least some of your visitors?   

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Lighten the Mood With a Little Workplace Haiku [Infographic]

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Sometimes your job just wears you down. You may love what you do, but the day-to-day grind takes its toll.

This infographic from CashNetUSA takes a light-hearted look at some of the more stressful workplace situations by converting them to Haiku…


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Just in Time for Monday: 20 Ways to Create an Energy Boost [Infographic]

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Well… crap! It’s Monday again.

The truth is, even if you love what you do, sometimes just pulling yourself out of bed when the Monday alarm clock beckons requires a special kind of energy boost…   

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