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The Perfect Resume: Get it Right to Get the Job [Infographic]

perfect resume infographic

We all work hard to write the perfect resume. We write, edit, share, edit some more, rewrite and rewrite again.

But we never seem to get it quite right…   

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10 Workplace Perks Important to Millennials

workplace perks

Every company on the planet seems to be concerned about attracting and retaining young talent.

But few of those companies or teams ever go to the young talent themselves to ask what is important to them. So we did that for them…   

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Finally: 11 Crucial Resume Questions Answered [Infographic]

resume questions infographic

You are writing your very first resume. Or maybe you’re on your 11th rewrite this month. Either way, you probably have a ton of unanswered resume questions.

Which is why we’re glad we discovered this simple infographic from StandOut CV. They do a great job of answering some of the more common resume questions…   

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Embrace Your Challenge: The Power of No

power of no

Hearing the piercing words of rejection isn’t entirely the end of the world. In fact, there’s the power of no to consider.

I know. I’ve been fired three times…   

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A Social Media Cheat Sheet for Online Rock Stars [Infographic]

social media cheat sheet

You’re working hard to expand your sphere of influence online, but sometimes you need a little guidance.

So wouldn’t it be great to have a social media cheat sheet so you know exactly how to make the biggest impact on each channel?   

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6 Ways to Reduce Commuter Stress [Infographic]

commuter stress

Today at YouTern, we’re taking on the subject of stress. And in this infographic from Auto Insurance Center , we’re taking on a form of stress that can get your day off to a great start, or take a great start away and turn the day into disaster: commuter stress. For many of us, the daily commute is something we tolerate rather than enjoy. Worse-than-usual traffic, a crowded train, bad weather and even rude fellow commuters can add a noticeable amount of grumpiness. This is especially true for those of us already dealing with stress coming from other areas of   

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