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How to Bounce Back from Stress at Work

Ms. Career Girl

When work is stressing you out, you can feel it right when you wake up. Instead of feeling inspired and ready for the day, you might feel trapped or fatigued. That feeling of dread is a clear sign of stress at work.

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Executive Resume Story: The Process Is Long and Without a Finish Line

Career Trend

An executive resume story and a picture share integral attributes.

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Keep Applying To Jobs – But Not Getting Any Replies?

Career Alley

Study the job description and be prepared to convince the interviewer why you are the perfect person for the job. Make sure you understand all aspects (there is nothing worse than not fully knowing the details of the job for which you are being interviewed.

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Many candidates don’t answer the job interview question. Here’s why that’s a problem.

Cube Rules

Here's a situation I've faced when conducting job interview way more often than I should: I ask a question and the question is never answered. After listening to an answer, I ask, "What role did you play in achieving those results?" Straightforward enough.

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Check These Top Things When You Update Your Executive LinkedIn Profile

Professional Resume Services

By now most executives should understand the importance of LinkedIn as it relates to c-level personal branding. However, too many people spend a lot of time developing their profile and then neglect it for years.

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Can’t Sleep? Here Are The Keys To Better Sleep This Summer

Ms. Career Girl

I have been working in the field of pediatric sleep for over 15 years. I want people to know about the importance of sleep, because our society seems to undervalue its role in good health.

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Target Brings a White Collar Benefit to Retail–Even for Part-Time Employees

Evil HR Lady

The problem with children is that they need care. First, you have to take time off to actually birth and bond with them, and then, even when you’ve secured daycare or the kids are in school, things happen and you have to scramble. (A A “snow day” for schools won’t necessarily result in your job being closed, but there goes your childcare.)

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Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“There is no one luckier than he who thinks himself so.” ” – German Proverb. This is a pure and penetrating insight into the power of perspective. We can pity ourselves, we can enjoy ourselves, or we can empower ourselves, simply by how we choose to see ourselves.

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Why networking in your own company is the best way to find a job

Cube Rules

You’re looking at the writing on the wall: your job is about to end. Mostly because the job is no longer sustainable for you.

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5 Fitness Secrets from the Diaries of the Best Personality Trainers

Ms. Career Girl

Your fitness level is directly proportional to how hard and how often you work out. Everyone knows this. Yet, it is not easy to maintain the kind of motivation level it needs to work out regularly.

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How Microlearning Delivers Huge Results

Evil HR Lady

There’s no shortage of people who want to learn, as Google has shown us. The internet giant recently found that 70% of millennial YouTube users watched online videos to learn something new or discover more about a personal interest, according to Think With Google. Just a few months later, YouTube reported that this interest prompted Google to invest $20 million in educational content through its Learning Fund program.

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Seven Ways To Rearrange Your Workspace Around A Nice Desk

Career Alley

In the office, your desk is your command center. And experts said how well it's organized can help set the tone and productivity level at work. Career Advice Office

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3 Reasons Why Your Personal Brand Loves LinkedIn

Professional Resume Services

Your personal brand is one of the main factors that will differentiate you from other candidates throughout your job search.

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From Research to Food

Career Shifters

“By Saturday evening I'd already be dreading my return to work on Monday.”. Nena Foster longed to do something more creative – and with greater flexibility to fit around her family.

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Father’s Day

Sklover Working Wisdom

“My father gave me the greatest gift anyone could give another person: he believed in me.”. – Jim Valvano. All dads know the truth: being a father is all about giving. This is the day you hope to hear, just this once, “Thanks.” Hold on to that thought; it may be a year before you hear it again. Like my son, Sam, once told me, “Father’s Day is just like Mother’s Day, only I don’t have to buy a present.” Oh, well…being a father is still my favorite hobby.

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Why Job Postings for Satisfactory Performers at Okay Companies Should Be the New Normal

Evil HR Lady

If you want to succeed in any career, perhaps you should become a ninja. For instance, Shutterstock is looking for a “problem-solving ninja.” ” If you can “navigate Manhattan like a ninja!” ” then a job as a service technician for Farmer’s Fridge might be in your future. And PF Chang’s is looking for an “experienced food ninja.”

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Start Anew On A New Path: Changing Your Career Successfully

Career Alley

Whether you just graduated from college or have been working at the same company for 20 years, it’s important to remember that it’s never too late to make a change. Discover Career Opportunities

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Expert Tips to Make a Stress Free Career Transition

Imarticus Learning

You might have decided to take the plunge and switch over to a new career. While you might be both excited and a bit scared, there are many steps you can take to make sure that your transition is smooth without affecting your personal life.

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can I ask my coworkers why they didn’t hire my daughter?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: My daughter applied for a job at the university where I’m currently employed, in a department supervised by three very good friends of mine. I’ve known them all for over 20 years. I consider them great coworkers and friends. My neighbor also applied for the job.

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Would You Rather Have Mornings Or Nights Off?

Career Realism

The traditional work day is changing. Is telecommuting just a trend? Or is it a movement? It's hard to tell at this point. Technological advancements made within the last ten years have provided workers with new flexibility in their jobs.

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Netflix’s New Prank Show (with Stranger Thing Star Gaten Matarazzo) Torments an Already Vulnerable Population

Evil HR Lady

You know him as one of the kids dealing with the Upside Down on Netflix’s Stranger Things, but if you see him coming now–you should be the one to run. Gaten Matarazzo is producing and staring in a new prank show, Prank Encounters, and Netflix just ordered eight episodes. Deadline describes it as follows : Each episode of this terrifying and hilarious prank show takes two complete strangers who each think they’re starting their first day at a new job.

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Keeping Your Career Afloat and Avoiding Business Blunders

Career Alley

There are many opportunities you should be taking when it comes to your career, so now is your chance to brush up on your knowledge. Career Advice career

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How can a career transition take you to the next level?

Imarticus Learning

Climbing the corporate ladder to advance your career is taxing – long nights, tight deadlines and more can take a toll on you and your pursuit to succeed. The millennial generation loves switching jobs on the regular, and it is crucial that you’re able to make these transitions smoothly.

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everyone got laid off except me, men who pretend to be scared of women now, and more

Ask A Manager

It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go…. Everyone got laid off except for me. I work for a small business (3-5 employees) and I had known the company was having some financial trouble for some time. Everyone in my office got laid off except for me.

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Wellbeing in the Gig Economy

The Undercover Recruiter

The onward march of the gig economy means that most of us now work as contractors or freelance workers and it suits many of us down to the ground. There’s an abbreviation especially for these workers: TVCs which stands for “temps, vendors and contractors”.

Are You Making the Most of Your HR Data? Here’s What Businesses Are Doing with HR Analytics

Evil HR Lady

HR data is a rapidly evolving field. We can now track workplace trends and issues that weren’t even a thought in our minds twenty years ago. We can even use predictive models to alert us to employees who are thinking about leaving before they resign. Despite the potential, the availability of data and tech can be overwhelming. Why do organizations collect HR data and how are they making the most of it? HR Acuity asked, and the answers may help you direct your own company’s efforts.

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A Career With Legs – Working Your Way Up

Career Alley

If you have recently joined the world of careers or you are looking to make a switch, you might also be future planning. You want a career that has an upward motion for you. Discover Career Opportunities advancement

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Ways to convince recruiters that you’re ready for career transition

Imarticus Learning

We’ve all been there. Stuck and bored with an old job, wanting some way out. However, convincing yourself that this is the right time to begin your job search and move on is always a challenge. You never know whether you’re ready for a job change because you’ve settled down into your comfort zone and probably don’t realize that it’s time for some career advice from a professional. You can even talk to your peers to figure out your niche space which can further bolster your job search.

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are these men hitting on me via LinkedIn or are they legit business contacts?

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I’ve noticed in the past year or two there are quite a few people (typically middle-aged men) who are reaching out to me via LinkedIn (I am a 20-something woman) trying to recruit me. While I do have a lot of experience, I’m wondering if it’s odd that some of these professionals are reaching out to me as I am under the impression it should be the other way around. They are the ones with the experience and connections while I’m the one building my network.To

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How Stress Can Be Costing Your Workplace

The Undercover Recruiter

If you are unsure about the overall mental health of your office, it might be beneficial to know the treacherous fact that stress is costing the United States about $300 billion per year.

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Did You Know? Seemingly Little Things That Can Affect Your Instagram Posts

Corn on the Job

Whether you’re using Instagram to build your brand , run your business, or earn some extra cash as an influencer, you’re always looking for ways you can improve your posts and get more engagement. As a business or influencer, engagement is the key to success.

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How To Leave A Job (Without Burning A Bridge)

Career Realism

Before you start your new job, you have to take care of business at your current one. Depending on your relationship with your employer, this can be a difficult conversation. But, it doesn't have to be.

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Which Are Some of The Good Books On Financial Analysis For The Purpose Of Equity Valuation?

Imarticus Learning

Pursuing a financial analysis course, currently working in the finance team of a firm or looking to make a career in the finance domain- it is important to gain complete knowledge of valuation and finance before working in the market.

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So You're a Tough Interviewer, Eh? How's that Working Out For You?

HR Capitalist

Let's talk about the myth of being a tough interviewer. . So you're a tough interviewer. You automatically go on the offensive in any interview setting, some would even call your style "on the attack." You are confrontational, basically calling bulls**t on the candidate you have in front of you.

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6 Signs You Need to Use Video in Your Daily Communication

The Undercover Recruiter

Every day, you entrust some of your most important and valuable messages to a form of communication short on clarity, short on personality, and short on results.

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my coworkers love talking about murder

Ask A Manager

A reader writes: I have a weird problem and I don’t know what to do. A group of my coworkers loves discussing murder. Like, they love it. True crime is their favorite form of entertainment. They spend long periods talking about the gruesome details of their “favorite” crimes. Yes, they have referred to certain rapes, murders, and abductions as their “favorites.”) ”) Recently, they discussed the murder and rape of a six-year-old girl, allegedly by her father.

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This FREE Quiz Will Help You Thrive At Work

Career Realism

What if I told you there was a magical FREE way to determine which careers you should be pursuing in your job search? Ok, so it's not exactly "magic" -- but it's pretty close. It's Work It Daily's Career Decoder Quiz. This quiz will help you determine your work persona.

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