Why Now is the Best Time to Start Your Career in the Logistics Sector

by Guest Author, Lucy Wyndham Economics research firms report that nearly 31% of grocery products in American stores were out of stock in recent weeks. Clearly, current events are putting tremendous pressure on global supply chains that are already suffering a shortage of drivers. Indeed, everyone from food delivery to freight companies are looking for drivers, making…

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As Technology Evolves, Scientist Jobs Are In Demand

Scientist Jobs

by Guest Author, Lucy Wyndham There is a huge demand for scientists from employers across the country. Scientist jobs are at the top. Even the absolute top jobs – in the federal administration – are going unfilled, as the New York Times highlights, with the labor market facing an absolute dearth of scientists looking to…

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Learn a Second Language for Your Career

learn a second language

by guest author, Frankie Wallace No matter what age you are, it is never too late to learn a second language. In addition to gaining the ability to meet new people and expand your mind, becoming fluent in a foreign language is a great way to find a job either at home or internationally in…

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How a Recruiter Recognizes Valuable Talent

The labor market is changing. Traditional recruitment is no longer of interest to employers or employees. The old methods were replaced by the acquisition of talent. But how to find talent? Every recruiter is looking for an answer to this question. Let’s try to do it together. Understand your needs Previously, recruiters did not fully…

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Problem-Solving Skills to Including on a Resume

Problem-Solving Skills

Learn more about problem-solving skills, how they work, and why they are critical to demonstrate on a resume and in an interview. What are problem-solving skills? Problem-solving is considered a soft skill that typically learned and improved through experience rather than through education or training. It is much like critical thinking and employers and hiring…

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Writing a Time Management Action Plan for Remote Teams

time management

As more people have to adjust to remote work, managers need to ensure team efficiency. “How?” you ask. The answer lies in a time management action plan. Poor time management can build up stress and tension while your team hectically tries to keep it together and meet the deadline. Don’t let this happen. Write an…

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Professional Email Rules – Stay Above Board

email rules

Proper email etiquette is a real thing in business. Follow these email rules to always remain professional in your written communication.  You don’t want your emails to get lost in the shuffle of the hundreds of emails we all get every day. Or even worse, you really don’t want what you have written to be…

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3 Time-Tested Ways to Attract a Potential Employer

Attract a Potential Employer

A resume is a critical tool in the job market. Still, many job applicants underestimate its value to attract a potential employer. That is why many experts with vast experience and excellent skills do not get an offer no matter how hard they try. Isn’t it a pity? Find out how with a resume, you…

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Get Promoted – 4 Ways that Work

Get Promoted

Are you hoping to get promoted soon? Have you been wondering how you can help with the process? Here are 4 ways that will help your boss recognize that you deserve it. Surprisingly, they all have to do with asking for help – not pretending you can do it all on your own. Are you…

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Bad Habits at Work: Are you Sabotaging Your Career?

Bad habits at work

We all have some bad habits – or at least things we could work on. When it comes to your career it is important to recognize some potential bad habits at work that could be sabotaging your future goals. Are you guilty of any of the following? Signs You May Have Some Bad Habits at…

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