Finding A Job

Conquer Interview Anxiety in 6 Days🙇‍♂️

Interviews for many job seekers are their worst nightmares come true. Even with the knowledge that it’s an opportunity to showcase talent, the fear is real. But why? Understand that anxiety is your body’s natural stress response, which, when chronic, becomes your enemy. Chronic anxiety messes you up not only psychologically but physically too. It […]

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How to Land a Better Job Faster

Are you feeling stuck in a rut with your current job? Are you ready for a change, a challenge, and a paycheck that reflects your worth? If you’re nodding your head? Then this newsletter is for you! Let’s face it, the job search can be a long and frustrating process. But it doesn’t have to […]

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Don’t quit your job right now

Year by year, the job world is changing. And we know finding your way through it can feel like wandering through a maze. Whether you’re thinking about a change, staying put, or just want to stay in the loop, we’ve got you covered. Let’s dive into what’s happening in the job market now and predictions for […]

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Interviewing

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How Long Does a Job Interview Take?

Although it depends on the position and setting, a job interview typically lasts between 45 minutes to one hour. While you may be tempted to think the longer the interview lasts, the better, it’s not always the case. We’ll share with you some tips to get the best out of your experience and what to […]

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What to Wear to a Virtual Job Interview

With an uprising in lounge and leisurewear due to many people forced to quarantine and work from home, you may be wondering what to wear for a virtual interview. Even when an interview takes place from a remote location like your house, you should expect it to be just as formal as one that would […]

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8 Questions You Should Ask Before Accepting A Management Position

So, it has finally happened. You’ve been invited to a job interview for the managerial position you’ve had your eye on for years. After you congratulate yourself, you will need to think long and hard about the position you may be assuming. Managers and supervisors are held to a higher standard than other workers, so […]

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Resumes & Cover letters

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Career Gaps : What job seekers need to know?

If you’re a job seeker with a career gap on your resume, you may be wondering how to address this issue in your job search. While it’s natural to worry about how a career gap will be perceived by potential employers, it’s important to remember that career gaps are not uncommon and there are ways […]

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Should a Resume Be One Page?

A resume should be one page most of the time, but ultimately depends on the job description and your work experience. Recruiters typically look at a resume for less than 30 seconds, so a single page is approachable and offers clarity quickly. Your resume can be longer than one page when you have 10+ years […]

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What is the Purpose of a Cover Letter?

The purpose of a cover letter is to give a recruiter or hiring manager additional details about you as a candidate that gives them a better understanding of what you’ll bring to the organization if you’re hired. This is often the first impression they’ll have of you, so the cover letter you write should always […]

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Work Culture

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Organizational work culture and why it matters?

It’s not just the free snacks and ping-pong tables in the office. It’s the values, beliefs, and behaviors that make up the unique atmosphere of a company. It’s the way employees interact with each other and their supervisors, and it’s the unwritten rules that govern how work gets done. But what factors affect a company’s […]

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Working From Home

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Organizational work culture and why it matters?

It’s not just the free snacks and ping-pong tables in the office. It’s the values, beliefs, and behaviors that make up the unique atmosphere of a company. It’s the way employees interact with each other and their supervisors, and it’s the unwritten rules that govern how work gets done. But what factors affect a company’s […]

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Can You Work From Home with a Toddler?

Working from home is becoming more common, especially among parents with young kids at home. Working from home gives parents more quality time with their kids, and it can save families the cost of daycare, but is it even possible to work from home and take care of your kids? And what type of job […]

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How to Stay in Shape While Working a Desk Job

Today’s working world can make it difficult to stay healthy when many of us find ourselves tethered to our desks for at least 8 hours a day. Then add the time we spend sitting after work relaxing and our lives can quickly become rather sedentary. Since the reality is that you probably can’t quit your […]

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