Link Roundup: Productivity & Conflict in the Workplace

Link Roundup: Productivity & Conflict in the Workplace

Link Roundups
It's entirely possible to be great at your job and still fall behind. You may be produce great material, but not be efficient at doing so. Or perhaps you constantly get distracted by workplace politics. It's completely normal to have some conflict at the office, but knowing how to deal with it will keep you on task. There are also a few small changes you can make to be more productive. This week's Link Roundup is dedicated to fixing those two issues at work. If you're interested, check out the links below for advice! (more…)
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Link Roundup Investing: Investing Time In Your Career

Link Roundup Investing: Investing Time In Your Career

General Job Search Advice
If you're currently unemployed, it's safe to say you're probably working on your career. However, smart professionals don't slack off on their career growth just because they found employment. Consistently working on your career and investing your time in growing it will make you happier, and more successful. With that in mind, we've gathered the best links we could that will help you do just that. Update your social media, put together a career plan, and more with the links below! How to Make a LinkedIn Page That Wows Recruiters, According to the Guy Who Just Overhauled Its Design If you're looking to begin working on your professional development, a good place to start is LinkedIn. Don't have a profile already? Not to worry- the site makes it very easy…
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Link Roundup 9/8/17: Resumes & Qualifications

Link Roundup 9/8/17: Resumes & Qualifications

Link Roundups
If you're going to be starting your job search soon, it's smart to begin working on your resume. Whether you're completely rewriting it or just doing some fine tuning, this week's Link Roundup has all the tips you need. We've also included advice on marketing yourself for a job even if you are under or overqualified. Finally, we end the links with a few tips to make you more successful at work. Read on! (more…)
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The Importance of Being Organized at Work

The Importance of Being Organized at Work

How to Survive the '9-5'
We're back again highlighting another trait that is incredibly valuable to have as an employee. This week we'll discuss the value of organization at work. Although it goes without saying, organizational skills play a big role in how you work. First, we'll be discussing the benefits of being organized as well as a few tips to help get you organized if necessary. (more…)
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Link Roundup 12/29/16: Job Seeker Resolutions & Career Rules

Link Roundup 12/29/16: Job Seeker Resolutions & Career Rules

General Job Search Advice, Link Roundups
With the New Year only a day away, many people will be making New Years's resolutions in an attempt to make positive change in 2017. While you may have personal health or social goals, you should also consider your career. Therefore, this week's links start off with some great ways for you to shape your career into something you're proud of. (more…)
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5 TED Talks to Guarantee You Succeed

5 TED Talks to Guarantee You Succeed

General Job Search Advice, How to Survive the '9-5', Resources for Job Seekers
At this point, most people have seen a TED Talk, or at least heard of what they are. TED is a non-profit that is dedicated to sharing ideas in the form of free video talks. These talks are usually no longer than 20 minutes (although there are exceptions) and make for easily digestible advice and/or inspiration. While there are TED talks in almost every possible topic area, today we are focusing on one: success. These 5 TED Talks will guarantee you become a smarter, more driven, and more motivated professional. (more…)
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Link Roundup 9/8/16: Career Happiness & Fighting Resume Filters

Link Roundup 9/8/16: Career Happiness & Fighting Resume Filters

Link Roundups
This week we once again have some great resources for job seekers and career veterans alike. Job seekers can learn proper search etiquette so they can stay on their game; as well as the magic of getting around resume filtering algorithms. For experienced employees, we can share some inspiration, motivation, and a few big no-nos to avoid at work. Read on to make sure you get the advice you need! (more…)
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Interview Q: How Do You Measure Your Success?

Interview Q: How Do You Measure Your Success?

Acing the Interview
In an interview, it's not uncommon to be asked about how you measure your own success. Hiring managers and recruiters want to know if you actually track your own accomplishments and measure your performance. Great employees hold themselves not only to company standards, but to personal standards. This is why it's important to know how to approach this question. (more…)
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