5 Signs That It’s Time to Find a New Job

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Are you unsure if it’s the right time to look for a different job? If you’re facing the following indicators, it may be time to start searching. 1. There’s Constant Friction with Your Boss You can’t expect to get along with your boss 100 percent of the time. But if you’re experiencing constant issues that… Read more »

Don’t Be Caught Off-Guard. Here’s How to Answer Some of the Trickiest Interview Questions.

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You never know exactly what will be thrown at you during a job interview. Often questions will come out of left field, and you may be unsure how to respond. Here’s how to stay calm, cool and collected during your next interview — even if the hiring manager tries to trick you with these questions…. Read more »

Should I Put Extracurricular Activities on My Resume?

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Extracurricular activities are a great way to show your personality and interests on your resume. “Even though extracurriculars look unrelated to your target job at first glance, once you extract the soft skills you learned, they can bolster your resume and present a different side of you that makes you an even more compelling candidate,”… Read more »

Turn Your Summer Job into a Full-Time Position This Fall

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A seasonal job doesn’t have to be just about making money. It can be a great building block for your future career where you turn a summer job into a full-time position. Here are some ways to impress your employer and increase your odds of being hired full time Be Upfront with Your Employer When… Read more »

Is Texting the New Way to Communicate With Recruiters?

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While email was one of the primary ways to reach recruiters a few years ago, things have changed, and texting has now become the norm. According to a recent study, text messages are read over 95 percent of the time, while emails only receive an average 20 percent open rate, meaning your message will likely be seen. When communicating with recruiters via text,… Read more »

Everything You Need to Know About Working With a Recruiter

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When it comes time to job search, people tend to shy away from working with a recruiter. However, partnering with the right staffing agency can potentially lead to a career breakthrough and help match you with a job that’s a great fit. Let’s break down everything you need to know, start to finish, about working with a recruiter.   Recruiters Operate in Two Ways  There… Read more »

Help! I Don’t Want a Job in What I Studied at School.

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Looking for a job after college graduation can be intimidating. But it can feel even more difficult when you want a job in an industry outside of the field you majored in. Here’s advice on what to do in this situation.    Make Sure You’re Qualified  The good news is there are plenty of jobs out there, many of which… Read more »

5 Reasons Working the Night Shift Actually Benefits You

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Working long nights might not sound appealing, but we have a few points that could change your mind. Here are six benefits of working the night shift. 1. Easier Commute “The average travel time to work in the United States is 25.4 minutes,” according to WNYC. Double that when coming home, and you’re looking at… Read more »

Best Ways to Juggle a Full-Time and Part-Time Job

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Summer is the perfect time for side work to generate extra income. The only problem is juggling full-time and part-time work can become overwhelming and lead to burnout. If you feel like you’re getting overwhelmed working two jobs, check out these tips. Organize Your Workweek For starters, it’s helpful to schedule your workweek in advance… Read more »

Beat the Heat with These 5 Safety Tips

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Summer months mean hot weather, which can create safety concerns for many workers. Issues can range from relatively minor heat cramps to more serious and even life-threatening conditions like heat exhaustion and heatstroke. Here are five tips to help you beat the heat and stay safe on the job. 1. Wear Protective Clothing and Sunglasses… Read more »