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Out With the Old: The Future of Work is Here Today [Infographic]

Infographic - 11-27-15

What if we told you that the future of work… was already here? That today, employers everywhere are looking for tomorrow’s agile, collaborative employee? Well, that is what’s happening in today’s workplace… right now. Old work cultures, business models and so-called “best practices” are being left behind in favor of innovative, flexible and trust-based work environments. We are truly in an “out with the old” mindset; we are embracing a new workstyle. To see how your personal style may fit into the future of work, take a look at this infographic from our friends at Gist…      

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Quirky at Work: Build a Great Career by Being All You

Be Yourself

In today’s workplace, why are so many people are afraid to be themselves?

Why are they rigid and quiet… why are they constantly trying to be whatever their boss or their organization wants them to be, instead of being the real them?   

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The 25 Best Jobs for Work-Life Balance

Pay bills

Maintaining a healthy work-life balance can be tough in today’s work environment, but some jobs allow for more flexibility than others.

That’s where Glassdoor comes in. Based on employee reviews, they have identified these occupations as the 25 best Jobs for work-life balance…   

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Is Your Personal Brand a True Story? [Infographic]


Sure, “authentic” is a major buzzword. But just maybe… it has rightly earned it’s place in the buzzword hall of fame. Being true to yourself is that important.

Which is why we appreciate this infographic from Gigoing. Here, you’ll learn exactly how to make your personal brand match the real you… and tell your real story.   

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How to Take Your Resume from Entry-level to Next Level

Best Entry Level Employee

After spending a couple years with a company, you decide it’s time for something new. Something challenging. Something more… fun.

You attempt to update your resume with the skills and experience gained during your time as an intern and entry-level employee… and it hits you: there isn’t much to update!   

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6 Steps to LinkedIn Success for College Students

Success steps

I believe colleges should be teaching courses on LinkedIn and make them mandatory…for every student.

Why? Because sources like Jobvite.com estimate as high as 96% of recruiters search for and contact employers by using LinkedIn.   

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