Falling Behind at Work? 3 Tips to Get Ahead and Stay Ahead

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Lately, things have been hectic at your job. In fact, you’ve had so much on your plate, you’ve fallen a bit behind. You feel like your current approach to tackling your workload isn’t particularly effective, so you’re searching for new strategies to help you catch up.  Clearly, you’re already committed to making positive changes, so now all… Read more »

How to Create a Winning Career Plan

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The new year is a time for self-reflection and fresh starts. If you’re not happy with the current state of your career, you owe it to yourself to make some changes. After all, you spend at least 40 hours per week at work, so you should be doing something you enjoy. Design your pathway to… Read more »

Yea? Or Nay? – Should You List Skills on Your Resume?

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Creating your resume can be a confusing experience. You hear so much conflicting advice about what is important and what is not. Should you list internships or part-time work? Should you include hobbies? Should you state a career objective? (Yes, if applicable; usually not and who knows—it goes in and out of fashion.) But listing… Read more »

Previous Job Didn’t Work Out? Here is how you should talk about it.

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Many job candidates have a negative work experience that follows them through their careers. There are many reasons that a previous job didn’t work out; some candidates were let go for performance issues, others may have been let go due to downsizing. But when it comes up in an interview, what is the correct way… Read more »