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How to Build a Powerful Personal Brand Online [Infographic]

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The class of 2017 is about to enter the arena and compete for the world’s top jobs. In at least one way, they may have an advantage. After all, their comfort level with social media helps them understand the power of online personal branding. To compete, you have to get in the game and show the world your powerful personal brand, even before the first interview. So no matter where you in your career, it’s time to look at your online personal branding. Creating a Powerful Personal Brand Online Creating a powerful personal brand online is about more then simply creating social media accounts.   

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10 Proven Productivity Tips Direct from Scientists [Infographic]

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Take a look at the top ten proven productivity tips and incorporate some of them into your working life.

Then set your sights on being a happier, healthier, more productive employee…   

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Boss Behavior: 5 Ways to Understand, Connect and Manage Up

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Relationships can be hacked for good. One of the most important skills is being able to understand why people behave the way they do.

Here are five ways to help you decode boss behavior…   

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Career Preparation: Here’s How to Get Ready for the Real World Right Now

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You’re graduating soon. And you need a J-O-B now. But, let’s not think of it as just getting any old job.

This is career preparation. After all, that’s why you went to college, right?   

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Job Search 101: The Importance of Informational Interviews [Infographic]

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For many, informational interviews are a fuzzy concept. So during their job search, more than a few job seekers have asked: “Why should I spend time talking to someone who doesn’t have the power to hire me?”

The more you understand the informational interview, though, the more their value becomes clear.   

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Horrible Bosses: 11 Ways to Handle Bad Managers, Jobs, and Companies

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Sometimes, despite the best of intentions, we find ourselves in a bad situation at work. Maybe it is a terrible manager. Perhaps the job just isn’t as advertised in the job description. Or, maybe you’ve run right into a terrible company culture. No matter the reason, you probably feel frustrated, stressed — perhaps even trapped. You are not alone.   

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