5 Reasons You Should Consider Leaving Your Job

5 Reasons You Should Consider Leaving Your Job

How to Survive the '9-5'
Knowing exactly when it's time to up and leave a job can be a tough. It's a hard decision to make, but sometimes it does have to be made. It can be easy to settle into a job and get comfortable even though it may not be the best for your career. Today we'll be listing five reasons you should consider leaving your job. We've listed them in order of severity, so the higher on the list, the bigger the issue. 1. You're Not Growing or Learning First and foremost is the problem of your job becoming stagnant. It's important to always be learning new things, or taking on new projects. If you've realized that your job is consistently the same basic work day in and day out, you may want…
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How Company Benefits Are Changing, And Why It Helps You

How Company Benefits Are Changing, And Why It Helps You

How to Survive the '9-5'
If you've ever seen "The Internship" you know the film showcases some of the unique benefits of working at Google. Free lunch, nap pods, campus bikes, and a ping pong table break-room are only a few that are shown. You may think the film embellishes on the fun atmosphere of Google, but it's actually a very accurate portrayal of what it's like to work for the search giant. Offering quirky benefits may have started in Tech Valley, but it's now expanded beyond. Many other companies now offer unlimited vacation, nap rooms, and paid parental leave. That's just to name a few! You may wonder, why are so many companies following suit? We'll explain why today! (more…)
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Looking Beyond A Job’s Salary

Looking Beyond A Job’s Salary

General Job Search Advice
When you begin a job search, salary is one of the first things considered, which makes sense! Having a job with a salary pays for living expenses, food, gas, and everything else we need to function. However, it's easy to get sucked into the continual pursuit of more and more money, sometimes at the cost of finding the right job. Today we're offering an alternate perspective of where to focus in your job search. Read below for more! (more…)
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Link Roundup 4/14/17: Job Interview Prep

Link Roundup 4/14/17: Job Interview Prep

Link Roundups
It's Friday once again which means that it's time for another Link Roundup! This week we have some great advice about how you can prepare for your job interview, as well as your overall job search. Alternatively, if you're on the employer side of things, we have a great write up from Gallup on some of their findings regarding employee engagement and happiness. If any of those sound interesting to you, read on below the fold! (more…)
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Link Roundup 2/3/17: Career Mistakes & Cartoons

Link Roundup 2/3/17: Career Mistakes & Cartoons

Link Roundups
Whether or not you realize it, you've probably taken some missteps in your job search. Sometimes these are small mistakes, and sometimes they will cost you a big opportunity.The best way to avoid mistakes like these is to familiarize yourself with them first! We have a few links covering that topic, as well as various others. Read on for this week's batch of links! (more…)
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How to Succeed in a Video Interview

How to Succeed in a Video Interview

General Job Search Advice
Going into an in-person interview can be extremely unnerving. You also know going in that this conversation may be the deciding factor in your employment. It's a lot of pressure on one moment. You've likely heard most of the advice for doing well in theses types of interviews. However, when the interview is done through a video chat, there are more variables at work. We're here to help you make sure you're fully prepared to nail your next video interview. (more…)
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Link Roundup 1/20/17: Your Career in 2017

Link Roundup 1/20/17: Your Career in 2017

Link Roundups
We're still in the first month of 2017, which means you don't yet know what your career will hold for you this year. In light of that, we have plenty of advice and insight into what 2017 may look like. The current market does look optimistic for job seekers, and the beginning of this new year is a great time to start making positive changes in your career. First up is re-examining how you perceive your income, in our first article. (more…)
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