Category Archives: Career Advice

5 Classic Mistakes to Avoid When Asking for That Big Promotion

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Your heart’s beating faster as you walk into your boss’s office. You’re here to ask for a raise.

This is the big one: the one where you ask for an extra 10, 15, or even 20% more in salary… the big promotion.   

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11 Pieces of Secret Career Advice No One Tells You [Infographic]

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we can’t turn around without running into advice from friends, co-workers, and even the internet (sorry).

But is that everything? Is there some top secret career advice that people aren’t telling us?   

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Future Job Skills You Need for the Workplace of Tomorrow [Infographic]

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We are on the verge of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, an age that will require a new set of skills for the workforce of tomorrow.

So it would be nice to know what these future job skills are so that we can prepare, right?   

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Nothing Makes a Job Suck More than a Bad Boss [Infographic]

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Working for a boss who has little or no interpersonal skills can take a real toll on any employee.

This infographic by BecomeCareer.com can help identify a less than effective manager…   

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11 Signs You’re Stuck in a Career Rut (and How to Get Out) [Infographic]

career rut

The daily grind has become so monotonous that sometimes you can’t remember what day it is. You feel no sense of accomplishment, no excitement, and no enthusiasm. And you feel nothing will change anytime soon.

You, my friend, are definitely in a career rut…   

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Disengagement: 9 Reasons Giving Up Can Be a Good Thing [Infographic]

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As we build our career, society teaches us a similar theme: success relies on persistent hard work. In that scenario, there is rarely place for deliberate disengagement.

But what if there is? What if giving up is the good thing to do?   

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