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Even still, sometimes it is really hard to know if you are having a bad day, a bad week, or it is really time for you to move on to greener pastures. Because this is such a tough thing to ascertain, the team at CredHive built this handy, dandy little infographic to help you know if you should stay or you should start getting your act together and find a new job. Related: 6 Ways To Avoid Burning Bridges By Leaving A Job. First, we want you to know how urgent your job search should be. Should you get your...
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You like your job. You like your company. You’re a great performer. The next step is a management job. Right? Not so fast. Before you post or apply for a management job, you need to think about if a management job is right for you. That fact that you’re a great salesperson, engineer, or financial analyst doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll be a great manager. In fact, your ability to succeed in an individual contributor role may actually work against you as a manager. Let me explain. Way back in the 1960’s, David McClelland, a social psychologist at Harvard, suggested...
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Most people are unaware of seemingly subtle points in their resume that scream out certain things to employers. What may seem vague and somewhat insignificant to you usually is one of the first things that an employer looks for when evaluating candidates. Employers are evaluating resumes and looking to see what you’ve done to keep yourself up-to-date, and many are on a talent shopping spree. This means they are hiring top industry subject-matter experts who have demonstrated their understanding of applying new skill sets and ideas in the workplace. Most Important Career Question To Ask Yourself To wit, I jokingly...
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  One of the best things about being in sales is the income potential! Salespeople who earn $100K+ each year all share some common traits that make them excel in their job. If you want to earn that kind of money as a salesperson, there are some things you must be highly-skilled at. With the help of the sales team at Fusion Worldwide, we were able to compile a great list of ideal traits all top-earning sales professionals possess. If you’re interested in pursuing a sales position with big income potential, make sure you have the following must-have qualities for success....
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    Building a relationship and maintaining network is very important in career development. I like all the above point you have ment
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We need a job to provide ourselves and our family with necessities like food, shelter, and clothing as well as the nonessential pleasures of life, like birthday cake. Our goal is to find a job that achieves all that and, we hope, makes us feel fulfilled as well. Companies know that. Their main interest is in the company’s goals. What will you contribute to the company’s bottom line and business strategy if you are hired? Your resume should be written in a way that makes it clear why you are applying for a particular position. You have the skills, educational background, and...
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So, you’ve been bitten by the travel bug. You’re obsessed with postcards, your Pinterest board is overflowing with pictures of places that you want to see, and your mind is always occupied planning your next trip. Your bank account, on the other hand, has only a distant memory of savings. Gallivanting across the world is pricey!  So what if you could make money AND see the world at the same time? Start editing your resume and take a look at these awesome jobs that will let you pursue your passion for travel while you work! 1. Flight Attendant If you can keep...
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    According to two kids, this is how a job interview goes. The whole thing is hilarious, there are so many one-liners. "You're fired, for real, I am not joking."...
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So, you’ve gotten through the hurdle of securing an employer’s interest with your resume, but now the real challenge begins – the interview. While an interview is no guarantee to a job offer, your chances at it are much improved if you properly prepare for it well ahead of time. Here is information you should have on hand before your interview to create the best possible impression. Understand the organization’s mission. When I was hiring people, the first question I would ask was, “What do you know about us?” If the response indicated they did not bother to spend the...
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  Wake up, get ready, eat breakfast, commute to work, work all day, commute home, eat dinner, unwind and sleep. Repeat, repeat, repeat, repeat and repeat. The monotony of many people’s working lives is enough to make anyone weary, uninspired and longing for more. So, how do you deal with the challenging realities of full-time work? How do you transform your boredom and malaise into engagement and renewed vigor? Below you will find five tips designed to help you break free from the daily grind. It is possible to transform your attitude! 1. Exercise Your Heart Out A great way to...
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What could you accomplish if you had access to more than 16% of your total available brainpower? (Which scientists tell us humans currently use). Limitless, and the new movie release, Lucy, reveal intriguing (and exciting) implications… … From calculating insane probabilities and making millions in the stock market to manipulating matter… But short of taking illegal and non-existent drugs (as far as I know) to achieve blockbuster movie results in your life, how can you use YOUR mind to get better results in your career… And, even discover your dream job? Well, it turns out there are actually many ways...
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