Should I Even Bother Looking for a Job Right Now?

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The COVID-19 pandemic has affected almost all industries, and the ripple effects have probably impacted you in some way or another. All of the economic hardship, closures, and lockdowns may have left you wondering: should you even bother looking for a job in this climate? The answer is yes, you should. Here’s why: There are… Read more »

Online Courses to Improve Your Warehouse Management Skills

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Managing a warehouse involves a lot of moving parts — sometimes quite literally. It’s not as easy as you might imagine! Luckily, there are things you can do to brush up on your warehouse management skills, whether you’ve worked around warehouses for years or you’re just entering the field. Taking online courses is one of… Read more »

What Skills Make You the Best Hire for Employers?

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Whether you’re a recent graduate just getting into the job field or a seasoned professional looking to take the next step in your career, there are a few skills that can set you apart from the competition. And you’ll be surprised to learn that these skills aren’t necessarily hard to come by — they’re things… Read more »

Tapping into Your Network Could Be Your Key to a New Job

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Whether you’re looking for a new position so you can move on from your current job, or you’ve been laid off and need to find employment as soon as possible, using your professional network can be an effective way to find the new position you want. After all, there is a reason you spend time… Read more »

How to Deal with Being Laid Off: Your Immediate and Future Action Plan

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Being laid off from your job is one of the most challenging experiences one can have. And thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting economic downturn, more and more employees are being let go as companies across various industries are forced to cut jobs. If you’ve been laid off recently, or if you think… Read more »

How to Remain Productive Even if You’re Working From Home

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Depending on your job, you might find yourself working from home now that the COVID-19 pandemic has forced many of us to stay locked down in our living spaces. If you’re not accustomed to remote work, it can be very hard to stay productive. That’s even more likely if you have children, pets, or other… Read more »

How to Recession-Proof Your Career

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The COVID-19 pandemic certainly hasn’t been kind to businesses or the economy in general. As we enter a period of almost certain recession, it’s a scary time to think about your career and its future. But there are things you can do to be preventative and make sure your career survives even the most severe… Read more »

Best Practices to Prepare for a Video Interview

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Video interviews have been relatively commonplace for years, especially as remote positions and telecommuting became a normal part of the working world rather than the exception. And thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, causing a huge swath of the public to start working from home, companies are more likely to utilize video interviews than ever before…. Read more »

Have You Accomplished Your Mid-Year Goals? Let’s Evaluate.

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It can’t be overstated how important it is to have personal and professional goals in your life. Otherwise, what are you working toward? Many people like to set goals on a yearly basis, which makes sense — it’s a good idea to also have mid-year goals that can help to measure your progress toward those… Read more »

What Happens When You Don’t Like the Job You Just Started

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It’s a scenario that many in the working world face at one time or another: you’ve just started a new job you’ve been very excited about, and you’re only a few days or weeks in. And already, you’ve come to a realization… you don’t like the position as much as you thought you would. What… Read more »