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Don’t Want to Deal with People? These 10 Jobs Are Tailor-Made for You!

Are you looking for relatively low-stress, short-term jobs that allow you to be alone and listen to books, music, and podcasts? Then, we’ve got you covered. Someone recently inquired about these positions, and these were the top-voted responses. 1. Delivery Driver Delivery driving can be a primarily low-stress solo job. …

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Work Doesn’t Have to Be Boring: 50 Fun Jobs That Pays Well

If you’re looking for a fun job that pays well, look no further. This list has 50 options for you to consider. Whether you’re interested in fashion, food, or something else entirely, there’s sure to be something on this list for you. And who knows, maybe one will be your …

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20 Easy Video Interview Tips to Impress Your Future Employer

Over the past few years, a massive shift has taken place when it comes to job interviews. Thanks to lockdowns and the rise of remote work, interviews have moved from the boardroom table to your kitchen table. Your next job interview has a high chance of being online, so why …

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14 Ways to Get Resume Help for Free (or Cheap)

Your resume is your introduction to a potential employer. A weak or ineffective resume will make the wrong first impression and will likely prevent you from getting a job.  It’s not something that you can just quickly throw together or copy off of Google. Developing a strong resume takes time, …

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The Best Job Sites to Use to Get Hired Faster

Not all job search sites are created equal. It’s true – the websites you use to find work can actually make all the difference in how successful your job search will be. Looking for a job can be tough, but the best job sites make it easier by providing a …

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How to Overcome Job-hopping In Your Resume

Whether you’re a young professional still thinking about your career goals or an experienced professional transitioning into another industry, you may have switched jobs a bit before getting to where you are now. Job hopping is increasingly common in the workforce. However, it’s still seen by employers as a red …

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Stop Including Your Home Address on Your Resume – It’s Not Safe!

When it comes to writing a resume, there is no shortage of advice out there. The problem is that if you ask 100 different people how to write the perfect resume, you will get 100 different answers. For example, one person will say that including an objective statement is a must, …

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The One Skill That Can Save You from Job Insecurity

Few people truly have job security. We all know someone who’s lost their job over the last couple of years, or we’ve been laid off ourselves. More alarmingly, 87% of managers say they would likely lay off employees in the event of a recession. 71% Americans worry about losing their …

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