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Get A Promotion In 2017 By Doing THIS…
You’re happy at your job, but you want to take it to the next level. You’re ready for more responsibility and a fatter paycheck. Are you ready to get a promotion in 2017? According to a recent CareerBuilder survey, 30% of workers are hoping to get a raise or promotion this year. If you want to get a promotion in 2017, you need to brand yourself accordingly. Think about your key skill s
Please Don’t Say These Things During Your Next Job Interview
Over the last few years, I’ve had the opportunity to conduct several job interviews for openings at our company. Interviewing can actually be pretty fun, especially when you’re on the other side of the table! However, I know how stressful it can be when you’re the one in the hot seat as an eager job candidate. Emotions are high, nervous are in play, and there’s so much information you n
The BEST 7 Habit Changes That Will GUARANTEE Professional Success In 2017
The Best Habits. The biggest difference between successful people and unsuccessful people is that successful people challenge themselves to make simple habit changes (and actually follow through). At the beginning of every year, all of us think, “This is going to be MY year. I’m going to set goals for myself and get what I want — finally.” But how many of us ACTUALLY follow throug
Stay Happy During Your Job Search: 8 Habits Of Happy Job Seekers
Who said job search had to be a huge downer? Not me! For most of us, job search is a part of life. It’s something we all have to deal with at some point – like jury duty. But that doesn’t mean we can’t allow ourselves to be happy until we find a job. Your job search could take weeks – likely months – and life is just too short be unhappy that whole time! Yes, it’s possible to be h
What To Consider Before Relocating For A Job
Thinking about relocating for a job? Read this first… I have a friend who was out of work for more than a few months. A job offer became available more than a few states away. Needing the job badly, he took it. After the company paid him to fly back and forth for a year (a great perk!), he now finds himself commuting every Monday and Friday – a drive that takes more than five hours. Du
Would HR Managers Review YOUR Resume?
If there’s one thing clear in the field of career advice, it’s the plethora of recommendations and “tips” on how to craft an effective resume. And the complexity of what I’ll label “resume wisdom” has escalated in recent years from the impact of technology and the emergence of some new, and very different, resume formats. On the technology side, job seekers confront the need to ma
3 Career Secrets Students Should Know Before Graduation
Navigating a career can be challenging as a student or recent grad. The truth is, school teaches you everything EXCEPT how to get a job (and keep it). Not sure what to expect in the “real world”? You’re not alone. Here are some career secrets YOU should know before you graduate: #1. Define your personal brand. Everyone has a personal brand, whether you like it or not. Your personal brand
How To Talk About Salary (Without It Being Awkward)
  Let’s talk about salary. This is going to be awkward. You see, when a candidate meets a company and falls in love, they need to have some awkward conversations before they can commit to each other and start having fun together. Salary is one of those conversations. Ugh. Okay, talking about salary doesn’t have to be awkward. The important thing is to be prepared. You need to do your h
Work For Yourself: How To Finance Your Own Business
Who isn’t sick of the incessant slog of working for a big corporation under the looming shadow of global economic pressure that sends American jobs and whole companies overseas. When you add in an unappreciative boss and workplace malaise, it’s only natural to start dreaming about starting your own business. The questions add up fast — How do I even start? Don’t I need a lot of money? a
6 Behaviors That Can Hurt Your Chances At Getting The Job
Your attitude can impact your behavior and ultimately your job search results. Even if you can offer employers the exact experience and skills they are looking for (and more), you’ll have trouble getting the job unless you carry the right attitude.   6 Behaviors That Can Reduce Your Chances At Getting The Job The wrong attitude leads to poor behavior and unfortunately, that may be the