Before You Accept a Job Offer

When it comes to getting a new job, skills and experience are key factors, naturally. But, 91% of senior managers claim that a candidate’s fit with the company culture is just as important. Moreover, 35% of candidates would turn down a “perfect” job if the company culture isn’t the right fit for them. If you…

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next career

Guest author: Julia Merrill, owner of Befriend Your Doc What will your next career be? If your work doesn’t feed your passion or fuel your soul, you’re in the wrong career. But you can make a change now that will have a profound impact on both your personal and professional lives. Here are a few new…

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Showing Appreciation for Coworkers Will Help Your Career

Have you shown appreciation for your coworkers lately? Maybe it’s about time you did. Having a good relationship with your coworkers can help you stay positive and help you get ahead in your career as well. You shouldn’t reserve your positive comments just for special occasions; rather, keep telling your coworkers about their qualities and…

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job hunting with a disability

Job hunting with a disability becomes much easier if you consider some of these tips and technology advantages. Your skills and experience will set you apart and help you land your next dream job. It is important to feel confident in your interview skills and your accomplishments and be able to convey them to a…

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Demonstrate Leadership in an interview. puzzle pieces with shadows of different people in business poses

You will be expected to demonstrate leadership in an interview, but it isn’t always straightforward. This is a skill that hiring managers are definitely looking for in almost any position, but they may or may not come right out and ask it. Even if you are not going to be in charge of other people…

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patronizing phrases. White man with dark glasses giving a patronizing look

How many of these patronizing phrases have you used? It happens. Even if we don’t mean it to. Sometimes the words and phrases we use convey an insult that we don’t intend. It’s easier to spot condescending speech when it is direct toward us. But it might not be so easy to identify if we…

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post-pandemic world. Young woman sitting on a couch in an apartment working on a laptop

Guest post by Vanessa Holwell, Hiringsquad.net The world is steadily changing, but no doubt, the coronavirus pandemic forced certain changes to speed up. This is especially evident in the business world and, by extension, the workforce.  Certain ways of getting things done have come to an end, while at the same time, new and more…

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It Jobs. man in suit pointing to online screen

By Millie Beamer, Healthcare Staffing Professionals A lot of firms and businesses are looking for some Information Technology pros. You badly needed an IT job, but you’re not yet a pro. You are enthusiastic, but you have no certifications nor experiences. How will you be able to get to the employer’s radar? You can do…

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