How to Uncover Your Career Passion – And Give Back to the Community!

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It’s not uncommon for adults to realize they really don’t know what they want to be when they grow up. We’re told from the time we’re very small that we’ll suddenly have an epiphany that will map out the rest of our lives. But that is hardly ever the case, and there’s nothing wrong with… Read more »

Need Time Off Around the Holidays? Here’s How to Ask – And Get It!

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It can be difficult to ask for time off, especially around the busy holiday season. It can feel more critical when you’ve been searching for a job for a long time and finally land one. How do you convince your new employer that time off around the holidays is important to you? If you follow… Read more »

5 Big Clerical Interview Mistakes

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No matter what kind of job you’re looking for, mastering the interview is the most important part of the job search. When you’re in the market for a clerical opportunity, how do you prepare for your interview? Before you go into your scheduled meeting, keep in mind some of the interview mistakes that can keep… Read more »

Streamline Your Customer Service Job Search with This Advice

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Did you know that the average job search in the U.S. is six to nine months? It’s no wonder that job seekers become jaded and disappointed throughout the search, which can lead to a poor attitude when interviewing. The reason for this extended search time is online job applications. They make it much easier to… Read more »

Impress Your Interviewers with Your Workload Management Skills

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Some people just assume that a feeling of being overwhelmed comes with the territory in a professional job. But that doesn’t need to be the case. When you’re in the market for a new job, you can demonstrate one of the most valued but underrepresented skills in today’s workplace. If you are good at managing… Read more »

5 Ways to Feel Happier at Your Data Entry Job

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There is no way around it. Data entry is, at its core, a repetitive task. But that doesn’t mean you have to be miserable at work. In fact, there are plenty of small things you can do to make yourself on the job no matter what it is you do for a living. Before you… Read more »

No Job Found Yet? Don’t Get Too Worried!

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Conventional wisdom reinforces the idea that being unemployed is inherently bad. New college graduates are expected to find a job before they even leave school. And individuals looking to make a change in their career path are encouraged to have a new job before they turn in their two weeks’ notice. But not having a… Read more »