Why You Should Look at a Variety of Jobs Before You Commit

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As you begin your job search, look at as many positions and opportunities as possible. The more knowledge you have various prospects, the better prepared you’ll be to make a confident, educated decision about your career.  #1: Look beyond the name  Some job-seekers are seduced by a glamorous company or a fancy job title that might… Read more »

How to Impress Your Employer If You’re an Introvert

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Introverted people are generally perceived as shy, quiet, aloof, withdrawn and timid. These are tough impressions to break when you’re trying to get noticed in a job, especially when you’re surrounded by louder, more extroverted colleagues. And if your boss is an extrovert, such a mismatch of energy might result in miscommunications that could make… Read more »

3 Things to Remember If You Want a Job in the Medical Field

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There are many reasons to consider a job in the medical field. First, there are so many different options; from doctor to nurse to physician assistant to home health aide to administrative assistant. If you’re a people person, you can pursue a role where you’re caring for patients and interacting with all types of people… Read more »

So, You Don’t Have a Ton of Experience? So What!

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Sometimes you find a job description that highlights a need for experience. You want to get into the industry but have no experience. How can you gain experience if no one will hire you? It’s a paradox, but there are lots of different routes to get to the next level in your career. Here are… Read more »

Pay Attention to Your Body Language During a Job Interview

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What candidates do in a job interview is often more important than what they say. It’s important to be aware of your body language—even if the interviewer isn’t conscious of it, she is making constant judgments about your attitude and personality as conveyed by your posture, your eye contact and even your hand gestures. In… Read more »

Updating Your Resume is Essential

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Resumes aren’t necessarily the most important component of the job search process, but they are usually the first step and a great way to get the ball rolling and to showcase experience and your talents. It’s important to keep an up-to-date resume on file. You never know what will happen or when you’ll need to… Read more »

Start Your New Job Well With These 4 Tips

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Congratulations on your new job! Changing jobs can be very stressful. The first three months are often an extension of the interview process as you learn a new role while navigating social and organizational norms and trying to please the new boss. But those who are prepared in those first days are more focused, more… Read more »