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    In today’s market, job seekers are in the driver’s seat, and what is most important has shifted following the pandemic. If you are looking for a job, here are twelve things to consider.
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    Sometimes, what we choose to do isn’t because we are letting fear win or aren’t sufficiently brave. It’s worth asking yourself about your fear, and lack of bravery, in the context of when these things arose.
  • Differences in Prepping for an In-person vs Virtual Interview
    With the surging popularity of video interviews, in-person interview skills have gotten a little rusty. Here are a few major differences between prepping for an interview face-to-face versus one over Zoom.
  • Inflation-Based Salary Trends and Considerations
    Anyone who has been to the grocery store or filled up their gas tank knows your paycheck does not go as far as it used to. How are employers reacting to the collision between the Great Resignation and the highest inflation rates in 40 years?
  • Being Polite Can Be Key to Getting & Keeping a Job
    When you were growing up there were likely people around you who stressed the importance of a few simple words–please, thank you and I’m sorry. Read on to learn how to incorporate them in a work setting.
  • How to Fit in at a New Company While Working Remotely
    It’s never easy to start a new job—but when you trade water cooler talk and business lunches for the comfort of a work-from-home position, how do you bond with new colleagues and impress your new boss?
  • 7 Compensation Package Considerations beyond Salary
    Cash may be king, but it is not everything. Before you balk at a new opportunity because of the base salary, check out these alternative compensation options companies often offer.
  • Why Deferential Treatment Matters
    Deference is such a loaded word. One of those things that we all want, but so often struggle to give. Deference as I see it is a sign that you’ve been thoughtful and wise. Read on to learn more!!
  • What to Expect on Your Return to In-person Work
    It’s time to dig the blazers out of your closet and head back to the office. What should you expect from your employer and your coworkers in the new hybrid office environment?
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  • Key Things Recruiters Look for in Your Resume
    No matter how high-tech job-hunting has become, the basics of resume writing still apply. Make sure your resume includes the fundamentals every recruiter needs to see before offering you an interview.
  • How to Nail Your Next Virtual Interview
    Video interviews have officially become the new normal. While many basic tenants remain the same as in-person interviews, there are a few unique aspects to consider.
  • The Key to Being a Good Networker is Being a Decent Human Being
    Most people loathe networking. Prior interactions contribute to viewing networking as a shell game where the person reaching out always wins and your well-being is largely ignored.
  • How to Gracefully Explain That Resume Gap
    A glaring gap on your resume doesn’t need to spell disaster. Here are a few options, both for the resume and interview phases, which can help you confidently navigate intermittent employment.
  • Employee vs Employer Wants: What’s Fair?
    When your wants are at odds with your employer’s wants, you may feel powerless. But you really aren’t. Find out how to turn “unfair” into “fair” in a variety of workplace scenarios.
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  • How to Be More Productive When Working from Home
    It can be tough to stay focused and efficient while working from home, but it doesn’t have to be. Set yourself up for success and check out these effective ways to be more productive at your home office.