Tag Archives: career advice

What to Do When Layoffs Are on the Way

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The whispers and door closings become more frequent. Staff is on edge. They aren’t stupid. The handwriting is on the wall.

Layoffs are coming…   

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How to Write the Perfect Networking Follow-up Email

Has this ever happened to you?Follow-Up

You meet a great person at a networking event and you have a great conversation. With expectations high, you send a follow-up email. And another. Yet you get no response…   

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11 Ways to Make a First Impression That Lasts

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Whether you apply for a job that’s full time, part time or temporary, small details leave a big impression.

That’s because competition is tough, even for temporary and contract positions…   

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Where Will Your Career Progress Fastest? [Infographic]

Career Progression

Which companies offer the best chance for promotion? Which industries or sectors might mean your career will advance sooner?

Great questions… and ones that many young careerists overlook as they continue their education and begin their professional lives…   

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Student Edition: How to Find a Job You Love [Infographic]

Glassdoor Find a Job You Love

No matter who we are, or what our goals may be, we all seek that one special relationship in life.

And no matter how hard it may become, we won’t stop until we find… the job we love.   

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7 Helpful Tips for Creating a Dream Career

Dream Career

In order to have a fulfilling professional life, choosing a career you’ll enjoy and that will keep you motivated – is critically important.

But how do you find a role that suits your passions, skills and interests? How do you know if the job or career you choose is really right for you?   

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