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Mydomaine.com recently listed some expert advice when it comes to interviewing for a job. As they say in their online article, “Job interviews can be stress fests or fun, exploratory missions, depending on your mindset.” While this is very true, regardless of whether or not you passively interviewing or not, there are some clear Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to interviewing for a job.
Don’t over rehearse- it is good to be prepared,…
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Time is of importance. Its seems that as a whole, our population is busier than ever. Work is one part of this, and generally speaking we all want to do better at work, even if we are already doing a good job. Success is not only related to your career, but to life in general. But, more often than not people want to know the keys to being more successful at work.
Recently, Inc. looked at what not to do if you want to be more…
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Having a productive day can be tough sometimes, and quite frankly sometimes you just might want to go home and give up. But giving up is not a good option, and you have the power to push through and take on the day. There have been many articles written about workplace environment, positivity, and how to make your workday more productive. Your workspace might not seem ideal to you, and it might not be an option to change your space at work,…
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It is 2:30pm on a weekday and where can you be found? Perhaps nodding off in a cubicle or slowly sipping your second cup of coffee in the break room. 2:30 is the most dreadful part of most workdays, a time when your brain shuts down and your body longs for rest. At this time, most offices become silent and productivity comes to a screeching halt; fortunately, we are not most offices.
At 2:30pm each day, any one of our team members is welcome to…
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Hard work is a good thing. But, do you ever feel like you are just working too hard or that you are exhausted on the job. We all feel like that sometimes, and there are methods to cope with these hurdles and tackle any obstacles to productivity. It is not a comfortable feeling that your body is rejecting all your hard work. There is good news! There are some tips to help with exhaustion at work and how to take on any barriers to getting the…
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Are you interested in being the type of coworker that people want to have? Do you want to be the kind of employee that you, yourself, would want to work with? If your answer is yes, then look no further, a recent Entrepreneur Magazine article highlights some key elements to becoming the kind of person people actually want to work with – and with some easy tips to follow. A positive workplace where you are happy in your day-to-day…
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If you’re like most people, your job search isn’t the only thing on your plate. Work, family obligations, volunteering, social events, and even some relaxing downtime all jockey for prime real estate in your busy schedule.
Your precarious balance can easily be upset as you try to accommodate the added weight of your job search. Stress can go viral. That is, if you fail to manage it.
Segment your job search
Often, what makes the job search…
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The big buzz for educators and economists, business owners and politicians is STEM education. That makes sense given 29 nations outperformed the U.S. in mathematics and 22 nations outperformed the U.S. in science in 2012 PISA test results. Math and science need higher emphasis, but is artistic creativity being abandoned in the process? That’s what the rising STEAM movement (which adds art to the mix) wants to avoid.
The Mixed Success of…
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Over the last 6 years, temporary employees have stepped out of the shadows to become a larger part of the workforce. CareerBuilder reports that temporary employment services have grown 57 percent from 2009 to 2014, and it’s not just for clerical roles or day laborers.
Anyone from accountants and system analysts to developers and machinists can now be ordered to fit a business’ workload fluctuations and…
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After all your hard work, it looks like everything has finally come together. Your interview was a success and you’ll start your new job in just a short time. Though you might be inclined to ease off the grindstone, your work now still matters. It can either help or haunt your next job search.
Why Your Next Job Search Matters
That’s great, but why worry about future job searches now? Because even good jobs don’t last forever.
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