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How to update your LinkedIn profile for 2022

Ready to connect? As you start on the path to creating one of the best LinkedIn profiles out there, be sure to think big: How can you jump-start a conversation? How are you promoting your brand – your skills, expertise, and even your personality? But how to update your LinkedIn profile to be an authentic […] Read Article “How to update your LinkedIn profile for 2022”

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Should I quit my job? How to plan your exit strategy

For as long as COVID-19 has been dominating the headlines so has news of the Great Resignation, a phenomenon where workers have been quitting their jobs at record rates. With there being more open positions than workers available to fill them, there’s never been a better time than now to change your job. And Americans […] Read Article “Should I quit my job? How to plan your exit strategy”

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How-To: Update your resume with skills for the green economy

85% of the jobs that will be in demand in 2030 haven’t even been invented yet. These new jobs, and the new skills required to do these new jobs, stem from the shift toward the green economy or an economy based on lowering environmental risks. Is your resume ready to impress employers taking a greener […] Read Article “How-To: Update your resume with skills for the green economy”

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Moving on up: How to find a job after relocating

More than 36 million Americans have relocated during the pandemic. Are you in that group? Maybe your newly remote job isn’t working for you anymore. Or your office is bringing people back in-person way sooner than you expected. Or your big life change first started with a change of address. Being in a new location […] Read Article “Moving on up: How to find a job after relocating”

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Selling your soft skills

Hard skills on your resume might be what get you noticed. But it’s your ‘soft skills’ that will make you a stand-out candidate at the interview (and move you up the ladder when you’re in a job). Below, find out why soft skills are so critical these days and how to show your human side […] Read Article “Selling your soft skills”

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Embracing Entrepreneurship Across the Globe

What exactly is an entrepreneur? According to Merriam-Webster, it is “one who organizes, manages, and assumes the risks of a business or enterprise.” While that is an accurate definition, there is much more to it. Generally speaking, entrepreneurs dream about being their own boss, enjoy motivating others, are driven by financial success, and—perhaps most important—thrive […] Read Article “Embracing Entrepreneurship Across the Globe”

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The Job Seekers’ Guide to the Gig Economy

Tired of being broke until Friday? There’s an app for that. In fact, there are several apps for that. So many apps, that they have sparked a movement—the “gig economy.” If you don’t know what that is, let us explain. What’s the gig economy? OK, to be honest, there isn’t one set definition, but we […] Read Article “The Job Seekers’ Guide to the Gig Economy”

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Celebrities You Didn’t Know Are Into Science

Given their superstar status, it’s easy forget that major celebrities often have unique and fascinating personal lives outside of the high-profile roles and accomplishments they’re most frequently known for. It’s the things we never hear about, however, that tend to be most interesting. Did you know, for example, that plenty of celebs have lived secret […] Read Article “Celebrities You Didn’t Know Are Into Science”

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Lessons from Stephen Colbert’s #FirstSevenJobs

Let’s be honest, you never remember anything like you remember a first. The first time you ride a bike. The first time you fall in love. The first time your infant takes a step. All of our firsts are breathtaking, messy and glorious. Your first job is no exception. That may be why #FirstSevenJobs has […] Read Article “Lessons from Stephen Colbert’s #FirstSevenJobs”

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Temp Tales: Not Your Ordinary “Temp” Job

I’ve always considered myself like a temp chameleon—quiet and quick to adapt to new environments without being noticed. I loathe being the center of attention and, instead, prefer to stay in the background watching the behavior of those around me. Sure, some would call me an introvert—and I certainly wouldn’t deny it—but I prefer chameleon. […] Read Article “Temp Tales: Not Your Ordinary “Temp” Job”