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Great Impression in 60 Seconds
June 1st , 2017
You only get one shot to make a great first impression, particularly in the business world. Don’t miss your opportunity to start a productive, and profitable, relationship with a business colleague or a client
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Maximize Your Potential
May 1st , 2017
With a new year comes a renewed commitment to career advancement. Start by revaluating your goals, analyze your current situation and formulate a new plan to meet your resolutions.
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Technology Transforming Branding
April 1st , 2017
In this technology-driven economy, corporations must be ready to transform its marketing strategies to maximize the branding potential, thus reaching the largest clientele.
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Body Language Says It All
March 1st , 2017
Body language can send subtle signals of our personality, our mood, and our job abilities, according to Dana Mattioli of CareerJournal.com.
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Stepping Into the Role of a First-time Manager
February 1st , 2017
Now that you’ve landing the management position you’ve been working toward you need to reassess the landscape of your new role, and what it means to existing relationships with your colleagues, says Barrie Gross, Esq., of AllBusiness.com.
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Career Change 2017
January 1st , 2017
Many individuals in today’s current economic state are faced with the important task of finding a new job, but more daunting, a job within a new industry. Many industries are becoming obsolete in our current economic state.
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Networking Strategies For "Reserved" Executives
December 1st , 2016
Not every executive is comfortable talking to large crowds or the board of directors, and not all are energized by contact with others.
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The Career Mother 2016
November 1st , 2016
As society leans more and more to a dependency on a double income household, women are feeling the pressure to balance being a mother and being an employee. Today’s mother is expected to hold a number of demanding responsibilities, which primarily include working and raising children.
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Handling A Layoff 2016
October 1st , 2016
In hard economic times, even the most valuable executive can an experience a job loss through layoffs with corporate profit takes a sharp downturn. When a layoff seems inevitable, or has already hit, expert recommend taking a few steps to avoid undue stress, according to the Wall Street Journal Online.
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The Need for Talent in Today’s Job Market 2016
September 1st , 2016
Many people are wondering why they still cannot find a job, and the answer for most is because there just are not enough jobs out there to satisfy the demand. The truth is that most of these were very competitive jobs that required a few years of college experience or a previous apprenticeship in order for a candidate to qualify.
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Maximize Your Potential 2016
August 1st , 2016
With a new year comes a renewed commitment to career advancement. Start by revaluating your goals, analyze your current situation and formulate a new plan to meet your resolutions.
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Summer Career Strategies 2016
July 1st , 2016
The summer months can be an ideal time to take advantage of new career opportunities, according to career expert and author Rob McGovern.
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10 Tips for Managing Stress 2016
June 1st , 2016
Stress in an inherent part of any job from service workers to CEO’s of Fortune 500 companies. The way workers deal with stress, however, can increase their productivity and creativity, decrease physical symptoms, and help foster a healthier stand of mind.
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Stepping Into the Role of a First-time Manager
May 1st , 2016
Now that you’ve landing the management position you’ve been working toward you need to reassess the landscape of your new role, and what it means to existing relationships with your colleagues, says Barrie Gross, Esq., of AllBusiness.com.
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Resume Tips to Keep You Competitive
April 1st , 2016
Despite reports of mass layoffs and a shaky economy, many employers are still hiring across the country. As the job market becomes more competitive, it is important that candidates put their best foot forward and ensure that they are accurately represented to prospective employers.
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Minimize Wasted Time 2016
March 1st , 2016
Every manager knows that employees are going to spend a little bit of the work day dealing with a personal issue. But a recent study found that workers spend an average of 3 hours each week handling personal business.
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Essential Personal Skills 2016
February 1st , 2016
Employers are looking for 15 essential personal skills when evaluating candidates, according to the non-profit research organization ACT.
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Returning to the Workforce 2016
January 1st , 2016
With the traditional spat of New Year’s resolutions, many look to their career to make some additional resolutions for 2016, according to a national survey.
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Balancing Life 2015
December 1st , 2015
Twenty four hours never seems like enough time in the day, especially if you are working at least nine of those hours and sleeping for another eight on top of that. Between dropping the kids off at school, going to work, running errands, picking the kids up from school, participating in soccer practice, boy scouts, and cooking dinner, days can fly by. People have a difficult enough time getting through the work week without even getting the chance to get ahead in any facet of life.
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Getting the Salary You Deserve 2015
November 1st , 2015
Salary is quite often the determining factor in whether or not an interviewee accepts a job offer. Compensation is also a competing factor for employers who are trying to sway a candidate from accepting an offer at another company. In other instances, many people are often intimidated asking their boss for a raise or a change in benefits, bonuses, or even salary. What can be even more difficult and nerve-racking is negotiating a salary when a candidate first enters the workforce or when they are completely new to an industry.
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Opportunity Cost of Relocation
October 1st , 2015
You are presented with your dream job; perfect position, substantial salary, competitive benefits, positive work environment, and ideal management styles. However, there is one problem; you will have to move across the country in order to take this position. What should a job seeker consider when factoring the options of taking this promising opportunity?
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7 Big Reasons Why You Can’t Find the Job of Your Dreams
September 1st , 2015
When on a job hunt it is always important to have your game face on and to be equipped with the mentality that you are going to succeed. There is absolutely no room for stupid mistakes including, showing up late for the interview, answering your phone in the middle of the interview, failing to demonstrate that you have thoroughly researched the company that you are interviewing with, bad-mouthing your old boss, etc. Of course, nobody reading this article is a culprit of performing any of these deal stopping acts. Although these issues stand out like a sore thumb, there are several other issues that tend to break the interviewee’s chances of moving forward in the interview process. Here are seven of the most common, little-known, reasons that prevent job seekers from being hired.
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Rehiring Retirees 2015
August 1st , 2015
As 401(k) plans have been drained in a matter of months, retirees or soon-to-be retirees are re-evaluating their retirement date. Individuals who were looking to retire within the next decade are now faced with depleted 401(k) accounts and no financial security for their retirement.
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How to Love Your Job 2015
July 1st , 2015
With the job market tight in today’s economy, employees considering looking for new opportunities may begin to feel trapped in their current position; thus employees may begin to feel dissatisfaction with their employment. The individual’s point of view towards the matter is indicative of how happy they will feel in their position. Here are a few tips on how to change your outlook toward your job:
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Stay Or Leave? 2015
June 1st , 2015
Your corporation has been recently acquired by a competitor. Now’s the time is to access whether to hang your hat with the new bosses, or to look for greener pastures elsewhere. How do you decide?
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Body Language Says It All 2015
May 1st , 2015
Body language can send subtle signals of our personality, our mood, and our job abilities, according to Dana Mattioli of CareerJournal.com.

Learning how your body language may be perceived can prevent you from committing body language blunders that can sabotage your career, said Mattioli.
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Make Yourself Relevant 2015
April 1st , 2015
Landing that promotion or new opening at a company you want to work for can be yours for the taking if you learn to brand yourself, thereby transforming yourself into a desired commodity, according to CareerBuilder.com.

“Each job seeker is a distinctive brand,” said Kirk Scott, director of consumer marketing for CareerBuilder.com. “A job seeker’s product is the combination of his/her skills, experience, and education. To successfully land a position, the job seeker must advertise his/her product and tailor it to needs of the prospective employer. The key is making one’s brand relevant to the employer.”
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Summer Career Strategies 2015
March 1st , 2015
The summer months can be an ideal time to take advantage of new career opportunities, according to career expert and author Rob McGovern.
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First Impressions
February 1st , 2015
You do have something to prove if you're the new kid on the block, says Money Magazine senior editor Sam Grobart. “You have a critical window of opportunity when you start a new position (to make a good first impression); botch it and you can wind up paying (in loss of effectiveness, resentful co-workers and no lunch buddies) for months, maybe years,” Grobart writes.
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Making Career Resolutions 2015
January 1st , 2015
With the traditional spat of New Year’s resolutions, many look to their career to make some additional resolutions for 2015, according to a national survey.
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The Career Mother
December 1st , 2014
As society leans more and more to a dependency on a double income household, women are feeling the pressure to balance being a mother and being an employee. Today’s mother is expected to hold a number of demanding responsibilities, which primarily include working and raising children. The struggle between providing for the family and being present in children’s lives is the working mothers greatest dilemma. Although many companies are making adjustments to support working moms by allowing flexible, part-time hours or the ability to work from home, there are some companies hesitant to provide these opportunities.
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How to Find Your Career Calling
November 1st , 2014
Everyone has a calling in life. Each person’s calling is unique and in alliance with their distinct personality, traits and talents. Throughout your life, you may have chosen a job based on convenience or maybe based off of compensation. But if you ignore your personal dreams when choosing these jobs you will most likely be left feeling unhappy and dissatisfied. Your career calling may not be the most lucrative thing you had in mind and this is oftentimes one of the reasons why it is overlooked. When you operate in your calling, you will have a deep sense of peace and an overwhelming feeling of personal satisfaction. You will most likely exceed the expectations of this position and also feel content and fulfilled in your job. There is no reason to sit back and let life pass you by. Use the following steps to guide you to discovering and pursuing your career calling today:
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Essential Career Skills
October 1st , 2014
You've got the MBA, the years of experience, the history of making solid business decisions - all the best ingredients to move up the corporate ladder. But management is also looking for that something special. Those qualities that go beyond what you can learn in business skill, according to ACT Research.
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Returning to the Workforce
September 1st , 2014
People leave the workplace under all kinds of circumstances, whether voluntary or not. Lay-offs, sicknesses, and motherhood are the most common reasons for taking time off from work. With the poor state of today’s economy, unemployment rates are surfacing at an all time high. Because the workplace changes over the years, being out of work for a while can mean a need for updated wardrobes, resumes, interviewing skills, and knowledge of what employers are looking for. Many of these issues evolve over time and by keeping up with the trends, candidates will successfully convey their interest in getting the job.
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Timing Your Career Move
August 1st , 2014
When you’re thinking about making a move up the corporate ladder at another firm, take your time to find the right position for you. However, knowing when the time is right to jump ship, is crucial in finding a new position.
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Making Speeches Can Help Your Career
July 1st , 2014
Making speeches can be a powerful tool in generating new job opportunities and driving your career.

“You will discover that by giving speeches, your credibility sky-rockets. In essence, you are showcasing your talents, expertise and confidence,” says Don Straits, CEO and “Dragon Slayer” of Corporate Warriors. “Frequently, after your presentation, you will be invited by a member of the audience to speak to another group. You may also be asked to work with companies in a consulting, contract or employment role to help them achieve success. Plus, a list of your presentations on your resume is a grand-slam home run.”
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Essential Skills For Executives
June 1st , 2014
Executives acquire many skills on their way up the corporate ladder. One of them is knowing how to prepare themselves to be good managers. A good manager is always looking for ways to hone their skills to help their climb to the next rung, according to AllBusiness.com:
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Customer Face Time Equals Higher Sales
May 1st , 2014
Customer face time equals higher sales, according to the consulting firm Watson Wyatt Worldwide.

A new study by Watson Wyatt Worldwide reveals that sales reps who spend more time with their best customers and less time doing administrative tasks work for high-performing companies, according to Rebecca Aronauer for Sales & Marketing Management magazine.
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Reinventing Your Career
April 1st , 2014
Growing up, we were taught that delay of gratification brings a greater reward in the future. This was what we learned as ‘investing in our future’ with some of us grappling with this concept more strongly than others. Now after a longstanding career, in which you have invested more than just the last ten to thirty years, you are now finding yourself in an unusual predicament where that previous investment of your time, energy, and passion may not pay off in the end as you were always told. You invested your creativity, hope, and future into this career with the promise of a better tomorrow. You may be asking yourself, ‘What now?’ Do you let your dreams dwindle away along with your 401k?
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How to Ask for a Raise
March 1st , 2014
This is a situation that almost everyone will encounter at least a few times during their career. It can be an uncomfortable situation that a lot of business professionals avoid. In addition to being distressing, it may also be a situation where someone does not know the right time to ask for a raise, or how to do it. Can you imagine not getting a raise because you did not know how to ask for one!? Below are some tips that can help.
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What Networking Mistakes Are You Making?
February 1st , 2014
Networking is key to the advancement of your career. No matter what stage of your career you are in, you can stand to benefit from networking. That being said networking requires a certain amount of charisma, social grace and strategy. The goal of networking should be building new relationships, not simply an opportunity to sell yourself. This requires that you don’t just talk, you also need to listen. Here are some common mistakes you would be wise to avoid.
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Are You Ready To Return To Work?
January 1st , 2014
Deciding when and if you want to go back to work after having children can be a burdensome task. You’ll likely have many factors pulling you in different directions. A new study has proven that it is crucial that you think about what you yourself really want to do.
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Top Ten Behaviors to Avoid in the Office
December 1st , 2013
Offices can be tricky environments for professionals to coexist in. Offices are often confined spaces that act as echo chambers; most people hear most things and information can get distorted quite quickly. Professionals are also required to be civil, even amicable with one another regardless of personality differences to promote smooth productivity. Sometimes this necessary civility can make it difficult for coworkers to critique disruptive behavior. On the flipside, the open and friendly atmosphere of most offices can encourage troublemakers to think ‘anything goes.’ Here’s a list of the top ten behaviors you should never be guilty of at work.
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Leadership and Management
November 1st , 2013
In most companies people assume that management equals leadership, but some companies have a management role separated from a leadership role. Although the difference may seem minimal, further investigation shows great contrast. According to the article “The difference between Leadership and Management,” “Leadership is about setting a new direction for a group; management is about directing and controlling according to established principles. However, someone can be a symbolic leader if they emerge as the spearhead of a direction the group sets for itself.”
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Personality Key to Career Success
October 1st , 2013
Leadership and performance are tied to personality, states a psychologist is his newly published book.

“Leadership and managerial performance are a direct function of a person’s personality, and, in turn, they directly influence the effectiveness of organizations,” said Robert Hogan, a former psychology professor for 30 years at The University of Tulsa and at Johns Hopkins University.
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Climbing The Corporate Ladder
September 1st , 2013
Climbing the corporate ladder is an ongoing process that could take years to reach your ultimate goal. To help keep executives moving up the rungs, AllBusiness.com offers these tips:
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The Green Workforce
August 1st , 2013
In recent years, public opinion towards clean energy has shifted. As pictures of disappearing glacial lakes and stranded polar bears on melting icebergs become daily news, public awareness has reached new heights of concern. The public’s environmental consciousness is making people anxious about the effect our global footprint will have on future generations.
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Workforce Becomes Increasingly Female
July 1st , 2013
The workforce of the United States is beginning to subtly transform itself from being male dominated to a more even ratio between men and women. If the current growth in female workers continues at this pace, soon the workforce may be dominated by women. In 1970 women made up only 38 percent of employed individuals in the United States, while women currently make up 50 percent of the workforce.
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Successful Up and Coming Careers
June 1st , 2013
Even with the economy in it’s current state, there are many industries and jobs that are still thriving today. With more people out of work, many people are going back to school. It is extremely important to know what degrees and certificates can lead to fruitful careers. When most people think about booming careers today and throughout history, they envision lawyers, doctors, and successful business people. Although these careers are still in high demand, the jobs that are behind the scenes are viable career options for many people to seriously consider. With the post-recession economy still trying to climb back up and stabilize, the degrees people pursue and the career paths they take are an imperative part of whether or not a person will have a successful career.
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The Most Effective Job Search
May 1st , 2013
Looking for a job, but not having any luck finding one? Many people tend to go about their job search in the wrong way, making it even more difficult than it already is. The majority of people today simply sign on to their computers, and search the job boards in hopes that they will find jobs that match their resumes to a tee. One of the least effective ways to get noticed is just submitting a resume through random job boards online. This is because so many people do this every day and it is extremely important to find a way to differentiate oneself from the rest of the candidates and job seekers.
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Salary Negotiation Tips
April 1st , 2013
No one likes to negotiate a salary. These conversations are always a bit awkward and unpleasant. But, like so many other things in life, salary negotiations are a necessary evil. It may not be fun or easy, but learning to (and becoming comfortable with) negotiating your salary is an essential part of your career growth. With the right preparation, these important career moments should be a walk in the park. Here are a few tips:
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Structuring Your Workday Morning
March 1st , 2013
Everyone moves at a different pace in the morning. You’ve seen those “morning people” out there. They’re always ready to go tackle the day, firing on all cylinders at the crack of dawn. Then there are the zombies. These people can’t function until they’ve chugged 3 or 4 cups of coffee. You’ve seen them on the freeway, trudging along at 10 MPH under the speed limit and cutting into your lane without warning. Weather or not we admit it, most of us are more like the zombie than the “morning person”. For many of us, a little more structure is all we need to make the morning less hectic, less stressful, and less miserable. Making just a few adjustments to your morning routine can lead to a more productive and enjoyable workday. Here are some things you can do:
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Mental Effects of Exercising
February 1st , 2013
Working eight hours a day at in office can be tiring, even for those of us who enjoy our jobs. It’s a strange feeling to drive home, exhausted, when the only physical exercise you received all day was a few strolls to the water cooler and a trip to the bathroom. At the same time you might be satisfied with your state of mental exhaustion, believing that you contributed all that you could for this workday. This type of thinking limits your personal and professional growth. As an old Kung Fu master might say, “your mind and your body are one.” Exercising the mind is important, but too often the body is neglected. Physical exercise can strengthen your mind, prevent neurological diseases, and increase your productivity at work.
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Why actors succeed in the business world
January 1st , 2013
Most of us were not drama majors in college. Most of us do not expect to become the next Daniel Day Lewis. That doesn’t mean we don’t have lofty goals of our own. Most of us are just grounded in reality. Those who pursue acting seriously will learn many skills transferable to the business world. In many cases, actors will discover that these skills allow them to quickly move up the ranks at their respective companies. These are some of the valuable business skills that many drama majors acquire before their business major counterparts.
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Should I Go Back to School?
December 1st , 2012
It’s never too late to go back to school. In 2007 Nola Ochs graduated from Fort Hays State University in Hayes, Kansas and became the oldest person to receive a college degree at 95 years old. Three years later she received her master’s degree.
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Get Linked In
November 1st , 2012
If you don’t have a LinkedIn account, get one already! Even if you are not actively seeking employment, you should still use LinkedIn to build your professional career. Also, it will be incredibly useful if/ when you decide to make a career-enhancing move. We know you want that promotion, or that new job that bumps your salary up and cuts your commute in half. Often times the first step toward that new position is the hardest step of all. With LinkedIn, you can easily begin rolling the ball in your direction. There are many reasons to join LinkedIn and maintain an up-to-date profile, ESPECIALLY if you are on the hunt for a new job. These are some of the main reasons.
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Need a Great Job? Try These Top Locations for jobs
October 1st , 2012
As the job market continues to dwindle and experts are hesitant to claim any signs of improvement many unemployed individuals are beginning to wonder if there is anything else they can do to find a job. You may be surprised to find that the answer is to look outside of your current location.
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When the Going Gets Tough... Be Patient
September 1st , 2012
Being unemployed can be an incredibly disheartening experience. The average job search takes a lot longer than it used to. Many Americans have thrown in the towel after searching for a few months with no avail. There are ways to maintain your positive attitude throughout the process.
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Make Your Résumé Sparkle
August 1st , 2012
I’m sure you’ve seen QR codes everywhere recently, on newspapers and products most definitely. QR codes are those bar codes that you can scan with your smartphone. Did you know that people are beginning to add them to their resume? They are utilizing QR codes as a way to direct potential employers to online portfolios, contact information and additional application materials.
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5 Tips for Surviving Your First Day on the Job
July 1st , 2012
After you have updated your resume, gone through the long interview process, and the finally landed the job, the next important step in making a lasting positive impression on your new company is nailing your first day on the job. There are five tips that everyone should know when preparing and experiencing your first day at your new company.
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What Networking Mistakes Are You Making?
June 1st , 2012
Networking is key to the advancement of your career. No matter what stage of your career you are in, you can stand to benefit from networking. That being said networking requires a certain amount of charisma, social grace and strategy. The goal of networking should be building new relationships, not simply an opportunity to sell yourself. This requires that you don’t just talk, you also need to listen. Here are some common mistakes you would be wise to avoid.
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Does It Really Have To Be All Or Nothing?
May 1st , 2012
New research has shed some light on the way women's thoughts about work have shifted over the past decade. Women are increasingly aiming to reach higher positions in the workplace. Many statistics seem to prove that women on average have higher career ambitions than men. Given this information it may come as a surprise that a growing percentage of women think that successful parenting is the key to their happiness.
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How to Handle Rejection
April 1st , 2012
Rejection doesn’t come easy to anybody. Starting at a young age we learn to fear rejection, making it difficult to put ourselves out there. This is the case in many aspects of our lives but especially when it comes to hunting for a job. When rejected most people tend to indulge in feelings of self-doubt and failure, but these feelings can be detrimental to your quest to further career. There are steps you can take to minimize the pain that comes along with being rejected from a job.
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Are You Ready To Return To Work?
March 1st , 2012
Deciding when and if you want to go back to work after having children can be a burdensome task. You’ll likely have many factors pulling you in different directions. A new study has proven that it is crucial that you think about what you yourself really want to do.
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Stand Up to Work Induced Stress
February 1st , 2012
As the economy has struggled, employees have been forced to take on more work, get paid less and become increasingly aware of the fact that they are replaceable. There are always at least a few individuals who would happily step in and take over their job. A true sense of job security is hard to come by and subsequently the amount of stress induced by work has sky rocketed. We all know that stress isn’t healthy and that it can decrease the quality of your work, but there are some steps you can take in order to reduce the amount of stress your workday causes.
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Asking for that Raise
January 1st , 2012
Asking for a raise or an increase in benefits, etc. can be a sticky situation, not to mention awkward for most people. This is a situation that almost everyone will encounter at least a few times during their careers. It can be an uncomfortable situation that many experienced and inexperienced business professionals would rather avoid. In addition to fostering a stressful situation, it may also be a circumstance where someone does not know the right time to ask for a raise or how to even go about doing it. Many people may go unnoticed and go through many years of their career without getting a raise just because they did not know how to ask for one. Below are some useful tips that will help.
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Relocating: Taking a New Job Hundreds of Miles Away
December 1st , 2011
Many people want a change in scenery and a fresh start. Deciding to relocate is a major decision and can be a long process, but by taking the right steps, you may find yourself where the grass really is greener. With strategic planning and the necessary research, you can save yourself from a great deal of frustration, both mentally and financially.
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The First 60 Seconds: Making a Great Impression
November 1st , 2011
Most people only get one shot to make a lasting impression. This is even more the case in the business world. It is imperative not to miss your opportunity to start a productive, profitable, and lasting relationship with a business colleague or client. Just like the first thirty seconds or less for an elevator pitch, the first sixty seconds of getting to know someone can make it or break it for some people. To make your best impression in just sixty seconds, follow these tips from AllBusiness.com:
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Love Your Job
October 1st , 2011
With the job market still tight in today’s struggling economy, employees looking for new opportunities may begin to feel trapped in their current position. With this being the case, many employees may begin to feel dissatisfaction with their current employment status. The individual’s point of view towards the matter is indicative of how happy they will feel in their position. These are a few tips on how to change your outlook toward your job:
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The Need for Talent in Today’s Job Market
September 1st , 2011
With unemployment on the rise and the economy still trying to climb out of the gutter, many people are still left waiting in line when it comes to finding a job. Many people are wondering why they still cannot find a job, and the answer for most is because there just are not enough jobs out there to satisfy the demand. Is this really the problem or could there be another cause that is keeping such high levels of unemployment? The truth is that most of these were very competitive jobs that required a few years of college experience or a previous apprenticeship in order for a candidate to qualify. Many new job seekers just do not have the talent and skills that are required to fill many of the modern jobs.
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Successful Up and Coming Careers
August 1st , 2011
Even with the economy in it’s current state, there are many industries and jobs that are still thriving today. With more people out of work, many people are going back to school. It is extremely important to know what degrees and certificates can lead to fruitful careers. When most people think about booming careers today and throughout history, they envision lawyers, doctors, and successful business people. Although these careers are still in high demand, the jobs that are behind the scenes are viable career options for many people to seriously consider. With the post-recession economy still trying to climb back up and stabilize, the degrees people pursue and the career paths they take are an imperative part of whether or not a person will have a successful career.
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Spicing up your Career
July 1st , 2011
After spending years of your life in the working world, it is extremely easy to find yourself getting stuck in a rut, especially around the mid-career time frame, many people find that they lack the motivation they once had when they were younger. In general, there are also more stresses associated with getting older and deeper into your career than when you are younger, whether straight out of high school or college. In years past, people (for the most part) were able to stray here and there from their work and get away with it. Although this used to be the case, many people today are finding it impossible to slip up at work if they want to keep their jobs.
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The Importance of the Elevator Pitch
June 1st , 2011
For entrepreneurs and sales professionals of all industries, especially those who own or work for start-up companies, the elevator pitch is such a critical concept to master for success in the business world. The elevator pitch can sell a product, and for that matter, can sell a business or service to prospective clients. As The Wall Street Journal states, these pitches should be developed and used “for those unexpected times when they are alone in a small space with someone important, like the company CEO or a high profile visitor to their office. It could not only avoid awkwardness but possibly boost their standing.” Most people can only benefit by perfecting their elevator pitches.
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The Most Effective Job Search
May 1st , 2011
Looking for a job, but not having any luck finding one? Many people tend to go about their job search in the wrong way, making it even more difficult than it already is. The majority of people today simply sign on to their computers, and search the job boards in hopes that they will find jobs that match their resumes to a tee. One of the least effective ways to get noticed is just submitting a resume through random job boards online. This is because so many people do this every day and it is extremely important to find a way to differentiate oneself from the rest of the candidates and job seekers.
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Where Have All the Writers Gone?
April 1st , 2011
Most people assume that dedicated students who are enrolled in or have completed higher education courses, like undergraduate and graduate programs, know how to write not only well, but effectively as well. Although writing is not an easy skill to master, it is taught by the majority of public schools very early on and is supposed to be achieved by the time a person has completed their post-high school education. The main issue at hand is how effectively schools are teaching the basics of writing and therefore, how well people can build upon what they are taught growing up.
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Non-Existent Careers Just 10 Years Ago
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With the advancement of technology comes the opportunity for new jobs in industries that may have not even existed five or even ten years ago. As the world is changing and more innovations are evolving, there are professions on the horizon as well as on the decline. Less technology-driven careers like textile workers and machine-tool operators, for example, are disappearing because of the increasing use of robots and self-operating machinery. The increase in computer and Internet use has opened up many jobs for people to work both in the office and at home.
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2011 and the Rise of Job Offers
February 1st , 2011
The economy is finally heating up again and hopefully bouncing back to its’ pre-recession self, which is causing many U.S. companies in various industries and markets to enhance their recruiting and marketing techniques for the advertisement of new job openings. As The Wall Street Journal reported, “Many of the new jobs are in retailing, accounting, consulting, health care, telecommunications and defense-related industries.” As the Baby Boomer Generation begins their retirement this year, even more jobs will be appearing both through the Internet and other resources.
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Balancing Life
January 1st , 2011
Twenty four hours never seems like enough time in the day, especially if you are working at least nine of those hours and sleeping for another eight on top of that. Between dropping the kids off at school, going to work, running errands, picking the kids up from school, participating in soccer practice, boy scouts, and cooking dinner, days can fly by. People have a difficult enough time getting through the work week without even getting the chance to get ahead in any facet of life. Juggling everything can be a great struggle and almost impossible at times.
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Returning to the Workforce
December 1st , 2010
People leave the workplace under all kinds of circumstances, whether voluntary or not. Lay-offs, sicknesses, and motherhood are the most common reasons for taking time off from work. With the poor state of today’s economy, unemployment rates are surfacing at an all time high. Because the workplace changes over the years, being out of work for a while can mean a need for updated wardrobes, resumes, interviewing skills, and knowledge of what employers are looking for.
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Getting the Salary You Deserve
November 1st , 2010
Salary is quite often the determining factor in whether or not an interviewee accepts a job offer. Compensation is also a competing factor for employers who are trying to sway a candidate from accepting an offer at another company. In other instances, many people are often intimidated asking their boss for a raise or a change in benefits, bonuses, or even salary.
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Looking for a Career Change? Find Happiness!
October 1st , 2010
If you are unhappy with your job, you may not be the only one in your industry. Recently, the Wall Street Journal published their Happiness Index, identifying the most and least satisfying jobs and everything in between. As it turns out, Aerospace Engineers are the happiest bunch of people with a Satisfaction Rank of 100/100 and Assisted Living Administrators are at the bottom of the scale. If you are miserable in your current place of work, now may be the best time to reconsider your priorities and find a career you are truly interested in.
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Being Smart About Your 401(k)
September 1st , 2010
With Social Security dwindling, it is as important as ever to be saving for retirement. An increasing number of companies are switching from lifetime pensions to 401(k)’s, transferring the responsibilities of your financial future to you. While there are problems with 401(k) plans, they are your best option at the moment for being able to retire comfortably. Many people, however, are still not educating themselves on the process, and are, thus, losing out on free money.
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I Want a New Job, 1000 Miles Away!
August 1st , 2010
So you want a change in scenery and a fresh start. Lost in how to get started? Deciding to relocate is a major decision and can be a long process, but by taking the right steps, you may find yourself where the grass really is greener.
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The Job Market of the Future
July 1st , 2010
The job market is an ever changing entity that requires both employees and employers to adjust in order to build success. As we all know the economy took a turn for the worse in 2008 leaving behind a trail of false hopes and debt, but many people believe that our troubles may be coming to a quick end.
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7 Big Reasons Why You Can’t Find the Job of Your Dreams
June 1st , 2010
When on a job hunt it is always important to have your game face on and to be equipped with the mentality that you are going to succeed. There is absolutely no room for stupid mistakes including, showing up late for the interview, answering your phone in the middle of the interview, failing to demonstrate that you have thoroughly researched the company that you are interviewing with, bad-mouthing your old boss, etc. Of course, nobody reading this article is a culprit of performing any of these deal stopping acts.
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Tech Industry Makes a Much Needed Rebound
May 1st , 2010
The technology industry, which had taken a huge hit throughout the recession as many companies made cut backs, has rebounded quite well in the beginning of 2010. Companies such as Google and Advanced Micro Devices are reporting increases in profits for the first quarter that have not been seen for the past couple of years. With such large increases in profits, companies in the Silicon Valley and other tech companies across the United States are beginning to ramp up their hiring again.
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Workforce Becomes Increasingly Female
April 1st , 2010
The workforce of the United States is beginning to subtly transform itself from being male dominated to a more even ratio between men and women. If the current growth in female workers continues at this pace, soon the workforce may be dominated by women. In 1970 women made up only 38 percent of employed individuals in the United States, while women currently make up 50 percent of the workforce. In fact, women are not only becoming increasingly active in the workforce, but they are also beginning to tak on more important leadership and executive roles within top tier companies. For example, Fortune 500 companies such as Radioshack, Sara Lee, and Reynolds American all have female CEO’s.
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Making a Temp Job Permanent
March 1st , 2010
With the economy beginning to make a comeback, many companies are finally able to ditch the life jacket and begin swimming on their own again. As a result, many of these companies are starting to hire temporary workers to fill the gaps in their workforce as they slowly begin to expand after almost two years of downsizing.
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Executive Level Jobs Expected to be in the Green in 2010
February 1st , 2010
Recruiters appear to be very optimistic as the new year begins to show what it has in store for the job market. ExecuNet, an organization that is used by recruiters and executives for networking, reported that more than half of the recruiters surveyed believed that they were expecting an increase in executive-search assignments by about 19 percent. This is expected to be the largest percentage increase since the beginning of 2008.
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High Paying Jobs for 2009/2010
January 1st , 2010
For many people there are a few important things that make the difference between a good job and a drag on their entire day. Some of these things include the type of job, the character of the people working there, and the salary that is earned in that specific profession. According to CNN’s list of the top 50 jobs to have in 2009, these are the jobs ranked by the average level of pay. Maybe this could give you some good ideas on how to get your professional career started off right in 2010.
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Falling Behind in the Race for Talent
December 1st , 2009
With unemployment on the rise and the economy in the gutter, many people are left waiting in line when it comes to finding a job. According to the Federal Reserve Bank, the U.S. unemployment rate, of about 9.5 percent, is only expected to get worse in the year ahead. Many people are wondering why they cannot find a job, and the answer for most is because there just aren’t enough jobs out there to satisfy the demand. Is this really the problem or could there be another culprit that is helping to spark such high levels of unemployment?
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How to Find Your Career Calling
November 1st , 2009
Everyone has a calling in life. Each person’s calling is unique and in alliance with their distinct personality, traits and talents. Throughout your life, you may have chosen a job based on convenience or maybe based off of compensation. But if you ignore your personal dreams when choosing these jobs you will most likely be left feeling unhappy and dissatisfied. Your career calling may not be the most lucrative thing you had in mind and this is oftentimes one of the reasons why it is overlooked.
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Make Way for Generation Y
October 1st , 2009
Generation Y-ers, also referred to as Millennials, are defined as those who were born between the late 1970’s and the early 1990’s. But as the tail end of this crowd is finishing up their college careers and entering the working world, they want to be defined by much more than their birth year.
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Importance of Cover Letters
September 1st , 2009
While most of us spend hours working hard on creating the perfect resume, there is another document that is just as, if not more, important for professionals. This document is the cover letter.
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How to keep your job during the recession
August 1st , 2009
With the national unemployment rate continuing to climb, there are few people who have not felt the impact of the recession we are currently in. For this reason, it is crucial for those who are currently employed to take the necessary steps to ensure they keep their career during this difficult time. Here are some steps you can take to maintain your career:
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Surviving the Interview Process
July 1st , 2009
As hiring authorities realize they can afford to be more and more picky in their choice of new employees, the hiring process has slowly turned into an obstacle course. Candidates are being asked to complete tasks, answer questions, and take tests in order for employers to evaluate their candidacy. Candidates that meet the job requirements on paper still may not have enough specialty experience as their competition. With the vast amount of applicants available, hiring authorities can hold out for a “rock star” candidate that will not only meet specific job criteria, but most likely have a background above and beyond what they are looking for.
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Reinventing Your Career
June 1st , 2009
Growing up, we were taught that delay of gratification brings a greater reward in the future. This was what we learned as ‘investing in our future’ with some of us grappling with this concept more strongly than others. Now after a longstanding career, in which you have invested more than just the last ten to thirty years, you are now finding yourself in an unusual predicament where that previous investment of your time, energy, and passion may not pay off in the end as you were always told.
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Opportunity Cost of Relocation
May 1st , 2009
You are presented with your dream job; perfect position, substantial salary, competitive benefits, positive work environment, and ideal management styles. However, there is one problem; you will have to move across the country in order to take this position. What should a job seeker consider when factoring the options of taking this promising opportunity?
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How a Career Coach Can Help in Today’s Economy
April 1st , 2009
As the rise of executive level layoffs continues, and many mid-level career individuals are finding themselves unemployed, many are considering accepting positions lower than there aptitude level or even positions in different industries than their previous career experience. Unemployment for individuals who have already invested 30 years of experience into one career are left devastated if their previous industry experience is no longer needed in today’s current economic market. So what is a mid-50’s unemployed professional to do when their past experience is no longer relevant?
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Job Boards
March 1st , 2009
You may find yourself amongst the many individuals who are looking for a new job and realizing the application process is much different than what you expected. The traditional job search methods are slowly becoming obsolete and the vast necessity of the web may seem daunting to job seekers who have not had to look for a new job in quite some time. Online job boards, website application processes, and identity theft all add a new level of competency to the job hunt.
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Rehiring Retirees
February 1st , 2009
As 401(k) plans have been drained in a matter of months, retirees or soon-to-be retirees are re-evaluating their retirement date. Individuals who were looking to retire within the next decade are now faced with depleted 401(k) accounts and no financial security for their retirement. Many employees have worked their whole career with one company banking on the assumption of a well earned retirement, and these retirees are now faced with an empty account and a new challenge. Fortunately employers are willing to hire retirees due to their work experience and expertise in specific markets.
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How to Love Your Job
January 1st , 2009
With the job market tight in today’s struggling economy, employees considering looking for new opportunities may begin to feel trapped in their current position; thus employees may begin to feel dissatisfaction with their employment. The individual’s point of view towards the matter is indicative of how happy they will feel in their position. Here are a few tips on how to change your outlook toward your job:
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Resume Tips to Keep You Competitive
December 1st , 2008
Despite reports of mass layoffs and a shaky economy, many employers are still hiring across the country. As the job market becomes more competitive, it is important that candidates put their best foot forward and ensure that they are accurately represented to prospective employers. Thus, it is critical that resumes are thoughtful, polished, accurate, and free from some of the most common errors that candidates often make when writing their work experience.
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Career Change
November 1st , 2008
Many individuals in today’s current economic state are faced with the important task of finding a new job, but more daunting, a job within a new industry. Many industries are becoming obsolete in our current economic state. What is an experienced professional specialized in one area supposed to do when their industry downsizes or disappears completely? Young professionals are more likely to change careers early in the game, versus their more seasoned counterparts who stay in one industry, despite their passion or success. It is important for job seekers to realize that previous career experience can be transferred to another industry; it is just a matter of identifying the commonalities of job requirements and job fulfillment.
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The Career Mother
October 1st , 2008
As society leans more and more to a dependency on a double income household, women are feeling the pressure to balance being a mother and being an employee. Today’s mother is expected to hold a number of demanding responsibilities, which primarily include working and raising children. The struggle between providing for the family and being present in children’s lives is the working mothers greatest dilemma. Although many companies are making adjustments to support working moms by allowing flexible, part-time hours or the ability to work from home, there are some companies hesitant to provide these opportunities.
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Leadership & Management
September 1st , 2008
In most companies people assume that management equals leadership, but some companies have a management role separated from a leadership role. Although the difference may seem minimal, further investigation shows great contrast. According to the article “The difference between Leadership and Management,” “Leadership is about setting a new direction for a group; management is about directing and controlling according to established principles. However, someone can be a symbolic leader if they emerge as the spearhead of a direction the group sets for itself.”
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How to Ask for a Raise
August 1st , 2008
This is a situation that almost everyone will encounter at least a few times during their career. It can be an uncomfortable situation that a lot of business professionals avoid. In addition to being distressing, it may also be a situation where someone does not know the right time to ask for a raise, or how to do it. Can you imagine not getting a raise because you did not know how to ask for one!? Below are some tips that can help.
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Handling A Layoff
July 1st, 2008
In hard economic times, even the most valuable executive can an experience a job loss through layoffs with corporate profit takes a sharp downturn. When a layoff seems inevitable, or has already hit, expert recommend taking a few steps to avoid undue stress, according to the Wall Street Journal Online.
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Climbing The Corporate Ladder
March 1st, 2008
Climbing the corporate ladder is an ongoing process that could take years to reach your ultimate goal. To help keep executives moving up the rungs, AllBusiness.com offers these tips:
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The CEO Confidence Index
February 1st, 2008
The CEO Confidence Index made strides in the final month of 2007, marking a shift in the steady declining over the last year.
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Maximize Your Potential
January 1st, 2008
With a new year comes a renewed commitment to career advancement. Start by revaluating your goals, analyze your current situation and formulate a new plan to meet your resolutions.
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Essential Personal Skills
December 1st, 2007
Employers are looking for 15 essential personal skills when evaluating candidates, according to the non-profit research organization ACT.
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Stay Or Leave?
November 1st, 2007
Your corporation has been recently acquired by a competitor. Now’s the time is to access whether to hang your hat with the new bosses, or to look for greener pastures elsewhere. How do you decide?
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Technology Transforming Branding
October 1st, 2007
In this technology-driven economy, corporations must be ready to transform its marketing strategies to maximize the branding potential, thus reaching the largest clientele.
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Body Language Says It All
September 1st, 2007
Body language can send subtle signals of our personality, our mood, and our job abilities, according to Dana Mattioli of CareerJournal.com.
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Summer Career Strategies
August 1st, 2007
When you’re thinking about making a move up the corporate ladder at another firm, take your time to find the right position for you. However, knowing when the time is right to jump ship, is crucial in finding a new position.
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Timing Your Career Move
July 1st, 2007
When you’re thinking about making a move up the corporate ladder at another firm, take your time to find the right position for you. However, knowing when the time is right to jump ship, is crucial in finding a new position.
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Essential Career Skills
June 1st, 2007
You've got the MBA, the years of experience, the history of making solid business decisions - all the best ingredients to move up the corporate ladder. But management is also looking for that something special. Those qualities that go beyond what you can learn in business skill, according to ACT Research.
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Deferred Compensation Pay Regulations
May 1st, 2007
“Executives and other highly compensated employees can breathe a sigh of relief now that the Treasury Department has released its deferred-compensation regulations,” writes Theo Francis of The Wall Street Journal online.
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Essential Skills For Executives
April 1st, 2007
Executives acquire many skills on their way up the corporate ladder. One of them is knowing how to prepare themselves to be good managers. A good manager is always looking for ways to hone their skills to help their climb to the next rung, according to AllBusiness.com:
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Customer Face Time Equals Higher Sales
March 1st, 2007
Customer face time equals higher sales, according to the consulting firm Watson Wyatt Worldwide.

A new study by Watson Wyatt Worldwide reveals that sales reps who spend more time with their best customers and less time doing administrative tasks work for high-performing companies, according to Rebecca Aronauer for Sales & Marketing Management magazine.
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First Impressions
February 15th, 2007
You do have something to prove if you're the new kid on the block, says Money Magazine senior editor Sam Grobart.

“You have a critical window of opportunity when you start a new position (to make a good first impression); botch it and you can wind up paying (in loss of effectiveness, resentful co-workers and no lunch buddies) for months, maybe years,” Grobart writes.
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Networking In Cyberspace
February 1st, 2007
With the traditional spat of New Year’s resolutions, many look to their career to make some additional resolutions for 2007, according to a national survey. The top career resolution for the New Year is developing skill sets, followed by earning a raise or promotion, according to the survey conducted by Accountemps.
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Making Career Resolutions
January 1st, 2007
With the traditional spat of New Year’s resolutions, many look to their career to make some additional resolutions for 2007, according to a national survey. The top career resolution for the New Year is developing skill sets, followed by earning a raise or promotion, according to the survey conducted by Accountemps.
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Networking Strategies For "Reserved" Executives
December 1st, 2006
Not every executive is comfortable talking to large crowds or the board of directors, and not all are energized by contact with others.Judy Rosemarin, an executive development coach and president of Sense-Able Strategies Inc., offers tips for turning the introvert inside-out:
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Career Search Expense Deductions
November 1st, 2006
Climbing the career ladder can have many rewards – job satisfaction, recognition, influence, and six-figure salaries. However, many steps up the corporate rung could mean relocating to a new area, which can mean extra savings from Uncle Sam come tax season.
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10 Tips for Managing Stress
October 1st, 2006
Stress in an inherent part of any job from service workers to CEO’s of Fortune 500 companies. The way workers deal with stress, however, can increase their productivity and creativity, decrease physical symptoms, and help foster a healthier stand of mind.
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Personality Key to Career Success
September 1st, 2006
Landing that promotion or new opening at a company you want to work for can be yours for the taking if you learn to brand yourself, thereby transforming yourself into a desired commodity, according to CareerBuilder.com.
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Make Yourself Relevant
August 1st, 2006
Landing that promotion or new opening at a company you want to work for can be yours for the taking if you learn to brand yourself, thereby transforming yourself into a desired commodity, according to CareerBuilder.com.
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Making Speeches Can Help Your Career
July 1st, 2006
Making speeches can be a powerful tool in generating new job opportunities and driving your career.
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Stepping Into the Role of a First-time Manager
June 1st, 2006
Now that you’ve landing the management position you’ve been working toward you need to reassess the landscape of your new role, and what it means to existing relationships with your colleagues, says Barrie Gross, Esq., of AllBusiness.com.
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Great Impression in 60 Seconds
May 1st, 2006
You only get one shot to make a great first impression, particularly in the business world. Don’t miss your opportunity to start a productive, and profitable, relationship with a business colleague or a client.
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401k for Generation Y 2014 | 401k for Generation Y | 1 In 5 Workers Job Hunting | 2006 Job Trends | Accounting Finance Careers | Agricultural Loans Strong Financial Sector | An Age of Expansion 2015 | An Age of Expansion | Are We Fighting A Winning Battle Against Obesity? Maybe... | Attorney Client Privilege | Automation Key To Pharmaceutical Growth | Banker Association Warns Of Farm Credit System | Banning Junk Food Sales in Schools | Biodiesel Demands Fuel Growth in Food Markets | Biofuels Use Touted to United Nations | Biotech Investment Boosted | Biotech Pharmaceuticals Expanding | Biotech Supports FDA On Cloning | Biotechnology Executives Break Oil Dependency | Biotechnology Fuel Costs | Build Solid Relationships With Doctors | Business Lunch Etiquette | Call Revenues Continue To Fall | Cancer Clinical Trials Awareness | Carbon Emissions Tightened | Carpal Tunnel May Be Genetic Condition 2014 | Carpal Tunnel May Be Genetic Condition | Challenges in the Legal Industry | Chamber of Commerce & Interpol Combat Counterfeiting | Chamber: Tighten Aviation Control System | Commercial Real Estate Market Growth | Compliance Growing Concern | Construction Industry Growth Continues | Construction Materials Hit By High Inflation | Constructions Starts Continue Slide | Consumer Debt On The Rise | Cooking Utensils & Cleaning Products See Increase in Consumer Spending | CPG Remains Strong Despite Gas Prices | Customer Centric Marketing | Customer Retailer Relationship | Customer Satisfaction Linked To Customer Loyalty Programs | Customer Satisfaction Linked To Customer Loyalty Programs | Defining Privacy in Today's Internet Based Era | Develop Strong Marketing Strategies 2013 | Develop Strong Marketing Strategies | Disasters Hit Insurance Industry | Doctors Bring Millions To Health Centers | E-Learning 2013 | E-Learning | Education Witnesses Growth | Employer Health Care | Employer Initiative Aimed At Fighting Diabetes 2017 | Employer Initiative Aimed At Fighting Diabetes | Family Leave Act Remains Complicated Issue | Financial Firms Spread | Food and Beverage Industry Support Limits on Junk Food Sales in Schools | Food Firms Expect Food Retailing Changes | Food Industry Changes | Food Makers Look to Protect Profits | Food Products Industry Sees Growth In Boston | Food Products Trends | Food Safety Action Plan Unveiled | Gas Prices Don't Slow Spending | GE Introduces Smart Appliances Looks to Save Consumers Money | Get Out And Play! | Global Executive Call | Global Warming Debate Gets Heated 2016 | Global Warming Debate Gets Heated | GM Gives Taxpayers a False Sense of Hope | Google and Viacom Test Online Video Model | Grocery Manufacturers Call For Tighter Controls | Grocery Retail Sales Growth Not Keeping Pace With Inflation | Grocery Sales Won't Pace With Inflation | Healthcare Industry Stays Healthy | Health Care Contractors Meeting Demands | Health Care Cost Concerns | Health Care Mandates | Health Care Outlays | Health Savings Accounts | Higher Salaries 2006 | Homebuilding Slowdown | Human Resources | Important Skill Sets for Top Sales Executives Today 2015 | Important Skill Sets for Top Sales Executives Today | Improving Productivity When Working From Home | Incorporating the Triple Bottom Line 2014 | Incorporating the Triple Bottom Line | Industrial Biotech Wave | Information Technology Industry Survey | Innovations in Medicine 2015 | Innovations in Medicine | Insurance Industry Concerns | International Telecommunications Study Results | Internet Protocol Television | Investment Portfolios Pay Off | Is Cable TV Becoming Obsolete? | IT Executive Compensation Upswing | IT Professionals Explore | Late Credit Card Payments Continue Fall | Law Department Spending | Legal Executive Demand | Legal Potholes in Social Media 2015 | Legal Potholes in Social Media | Legal Technology | Marketing Executive Salaries Jump | Mature Market Wields Spending Power | Markets Making a Comeback in 2013 | Marketing PR | Maximize Company Visibility | Maximize Company Visibility | Medical Device Executive Demand | Medical Record Access Growing Consumer Issue | Medicare Payment Cut Concerns | Mexican Truckers On U.S. Roads Questioned | Networking on the Net | Most Fuel-Efficient Vehicles of 2011 | Networking on the Net | New Era Telecommunications | New Retail Model: Give To Charity | New To The Market: Public Airwaves | Nuclear Power Today 2015 | Nuclear Power Today | Number of Home Based Businesses on the Rise 2015 | Number of Home Based Businesses on the Rise | Patients Health Literacy Low 2017 | Patients Health Literacy Low 2014 | Patients Health Literacy Low | Personalized Medicine | Pharmaceutical Sales Practices Inefficient 2015 | Pharmaceutical Sales Practices Inefficient | Physician Performance Measures | President's Insurance Agenda Impact | Protecting Your Health 2015 | Protecting Your Health | Real Estate: Renting VS. Buying | Real Estate 2006 | Real Estate Industry Technology | Real Estate Market Ready For Investors | Real Estate Resurgence | Realtors Applaud FHA Reform | Rebuilding the Construction Industry | Retail Industry Growth | Retailers Into 2006 | Retirees Planning To Purchase New Homes 2013 | Retirees Planning To Purchase New Homes 2013 | Retirees Planning To Purchase New Homes | Retirement Pension Reform | Sales Executive Roles | Sandwiches Billion-Dollar Business | SBA to Offer Financing to Automobile, RV Dealerships | Sealing the Deal Over Lunch 2015 | Sealing the Deal Over Lunch | Secrets of Success | Secrets of Success | Skill Sets For Successful Sales Executives | Skill Sets that will get you the Sale | Small Business Association: Review, Reform Regulations | Small Business Big Player | Small Business Lucrative For Financial Institutions | Social Media | Stem Cells: The Wave of the Future | Stem Cells: The Wave of the Future | Stock Market Investment Strategies2014 | Stock Market Investment Strategies | Successful Skill Sets | Surfing the Smartphone Wave | Sustainability: Don't just think it, do it. 2014 | Sustainability: Don't just think it, do it. | Tax Reform Tops Business Priorities | Tech Timeout: Wearable Computers | Technology Brings Hope to the Recession | Technology Integration Critical To Banking Industry 2015 | Technology Integration Critical To Banking Industry | Technology Trends 2013 | Technology Trends | Telecommunications Reaching Home | Television Apps 2016 | Television Apps | The Banking Industry is Going Mobile | The Foreclosure Crisis | The Green Workforce 2015 | The Green Workforce | The Merger and Acquisition Takeoff | The Motorist Choice Awards | The New Age of Subliminal Marketing 2014 | The Olympic Work Force | The Trend Towards Online Education | Then New Age of Subliminal Marketing | Top 10 Medical Innovations For 2007 | Trend Alert: The Customer Sets The Price | U.S. Broadband Use Soars | U.S. Chamber Rebuilds America | U.S. Firms Losing Ground Leading Innovation | U.S. Hotel Transactions Hot Market | Vaccine Market Booming | Wal-Mart Reigns King of Retailers | Wal-Mart Still Reigning through the Storm? | Weigh Options on Home Equity Loans | Where the Jobs Are: Growing Industries | Who Doesn't Want To Live Longer? | Why Exercise is so Important to your Workplace Health | Why Exercise is so Important to your Workplace Health | Will Consumer Buying Habits Ever Be the Same? | Workers Critical Of Wage Disparity | Workplace Health Plans Help Productivity 2014 | Workplace Health Plans Help Productivity 

 

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