Interview Home Run — 5 Tips to Making a Stellar First Impression

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You have a big job interview coming up and you really want to be the last candidate standing. Knowing you’re likely up against some tough competition makes you nervous but you know you have what it takes to excel in the position.  Job interview success doesn’t happen by accident so you need to put some work into it…. Read more »

Overcoming Your Anxiety About Returning to Work

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If you’re concerned about going back to work in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, you’re not alone. Nearly half — 46% — of U.S. workers are concerned about being exposed to the virus at work, according to Gallup.  Whether you’ve been laid off or working remotely since March, it’s only natural to be nervous about being in a setting where… Read more »

Bilingual Skills — Why You Should Highlight Them in Your Resume

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You’ve mastered the art of speaking two languages, and that’s pretty amazing. Whether you became bilingual for family reasons or just because you wanted to be fluent in another language, you should feel very proud of this ability.  What you might not realize is, being bilingual doesn’t just make it easier to communicate — it can make it easier… Read more »