10 Steps to Coping With Job Loss

Ten Steps to Coping with Job Loss Embed from Getty Images Check you have received your full entitlements. Ask your company’s human resources department to explain your entitlements. Try to negotiate financial advice, outplacement and career planning as part of your redundancy package. If you feel that you have been underpaid, call your union. Organize

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Feelings Are Like Roller Coasters

Feelings are a lot like roller coasters, aren’t they? Sometimes we are up, other times we are down; sometimes it feels like a slow climb up, while at other times it’s as if the bottom has fallen out. The main difference between the two is that in life, we don’t always have the luxury of

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Tell Us a Bit More About Yourself

You probably know already that we put our interests/hobbies on our CVs/resumes, but have you ever thought much about why? It’s actually a great way for prospective employers to know a bit more about the kind of person you are. If, for example, you just like to relax on the weekends and play games, chances

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Believe in & Follow Your Dreams

 For your sake and the sake of your loved ones–believe in and follow your dreams. When I was a kid, I got a cool toy car that I determined to have when I grew up–a Lamborghini. I’m still believing in that dream. I always keep it with me. May you keep your dreams and draw

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9 Things All Entry-Level Workers Need to Know

Embed from Getty Images The original article can be found HERE Published January 25th, 2016 at 11:00 AM Lifestyle — By Zahra Barnes 9 Things All Entry-Level Job Seekers Need To Know These tips will turn you into a hiring manager’s dream.   Trying to land a new job can be intimidating no matter where

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CareerCast’s 10 Most Stressful Jobs for 2016

CareerCast’s 10 Most Stressful Jobs for 2016 Published: 07 January 2016 Carlsbad, CA (January 7, 2016) – Job’s With Personal Danger Top CareerCast’s 10 Most Stressful Jobs of 2016. Stress is inherent in many careers but professions with an element of personal danger top CareerCast’s 2016 most stressful jobs list. Coming in at number one, enlisted military personnel

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The Life Cycle of the American Worker

Embed from Getty Images The Life Cycle of the American Worker — http://www.business.com The conventional wisdom on job tenure in the United States is that it is shrinking. While it is true that a forty-year career at one company is increasingly becoming a thing of the past, the numbers aren’t as startling as you might

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Five Simple Tips to Help You De-Stress

In this video from Skillopedia, you will learn 5 simple steps to get away that unwanted stress from your life. Are you constantly irritated, frustrated or aggressive. Well, this means you are so stressed. Stress is a part of life and if you are stressed, whether by your job or by something more personal then

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Who Gets The Next Big Opportunity?

Embed from Getty Images Who gets the next big opportunity? We’ve all been in a position before where we expected to get something, and…didn’t. Disappointment is the word that comes to mind for most of us, and for good reason. It can be a difficult, emotional time when something doesn’t work out the way we

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Become the Most Valuable Employee at Work

From ‘The Science of Getting Rich,”Wattles says that you cannot simply “fill your place” in order to get ahead, but instead you must be “too big for your place.” Here’s a ‪#‎lifehack‬ article that can help get you on the track to not just great, but being the BEST and propelling you well on your

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