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25 Resume-Worthy Skills Employers Can’t Ignore

With hundreds of people applying for coveted positions, standing out in a competitive job market can feel impossible. So, how can you ensure your resume doesn’t get lost in the shuffle? The answer lies in one word: skills. Your resume must showcase the right set of skills that will impress …

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Recruiters Share the Top 8 Reasons They Trash Resumes

Your resume has less than 30 seconds to stand out from the hundreds of other applicants. If successful, it has a 2% chance of getting an interview. You need to make it count. With the vast amount of resumes that recruiters have to sift through, they don’t have the time …

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17 Part-Time Night Jobs That Provide a Steady Paycheck

Most offices close at 5 p.m., and stores close around 9 or 10 p.m., but that doesn’t mean the work stops. There is work to do at all hours, from part-time night jobs to 24-hour roles, such as medical professionals and others performing essential services for the general public. Working …

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12 Exciting Tech Roles for People Who Can’t Stand Coding

Tech is not for everyone but clearly this is an industry that isn’t going away anytime soon. If you are interested working in tech, but aren’t a coder or computer programmer, don’t worry – there are plenty of routes in. And the timing couldn’t be better. The industry is facing …

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10 Ways to Find Recruiters When Job Searching Feels Hopeless

Searching for a job can be pretty frustrating, especially when your cover letters and resumes get no response. You check major online job sites daily. You’ve triple-checked that your resume is up to date and free of typos or mistakes. You’ve polished your LinkedIn profile and have been networking both …

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15 Simple Tricks for a Calmer Morning

Your morning determines your mood for the day. If you keep hitting snooze, eventually waking up late, and rushing to get out the door, you’re setting yourself up for a chaotic day. Wouldn’t you rather start your day off the right way? You don’t want to skip breakfast again, do …

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12 Actionable Tips to Beat Workplace Anxiety for Good

I think we can all agree that sometimes, going to work can be intimidating and even a little scary. Unfortunately, many of us experience many common fears about going to work. Although I used to work at a maximum-security jail, the scariest job I ever had was thanks to a horrible …

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How to Ask for a Promotion and Get the Recognition You Deserve

Do you know how to ask for a promotion at work? Better yet, do you know how to successfully ask to be promoted? Every employee worries about the day they decide to ask their manager or boss for a promotion. You might feel both nervous and excited about the outcome at the …

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The Top 10 Work Perks Employees Actually Want

We’ve all seen the posts online about some company throwing their employees a pizza party to celebrate their record profits instead of handing out raises. But frills like pizza parties and pool tables aren’t enough to keep employees happy. Of course, a good paycheck makes a job more appealing, but …

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8 Ways to Start a Digital Detox and Stop Scrolling Your Life Away

The detox trend of today doesn’t stop at weight loss. Many, especially young people, are trying another popular detox that improves their health and mood—a digital detox. A digital detox means less screen time. It helps us eliminate our phone addictions and gives us a break from the constant stream …

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