One Skill Leads to Getting Promoted

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If you are hoping to land a promotion, you’ll need to show your employer you’re a great asset to the organization who is worthy of advancement. Fortunately, there is one surefire way to demonstrate that you are ready to move up into a better job: you need to overperform. Overperforming at your current position shows… Read more »

Be the Master of Your Future: How to Advance Your Career through Certifications

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You may have heard that a certification can help you advance your career. This can be true in some cases, especially when you don’t have a full-time job or are looking to move into a different field. If you’ve thought that a certification can help you achieve the next level of your career, it’s time… Read more »

Can You Address Being Fired in Your Next Job Interview?

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If you have been fired from a job and are involved in the hunt for your next career, you’re probably pretty nervous about how you will address your termination in your next interview. It can be challenging to explain you were fired, but recounting the experience does not have to be a burdensome process that… Read more »

Five Ways to Keep Your Creative Thoughts Constantly Flowing

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If you’re a creative professional, you need to keep your creative energy up. While this can be a challenge, there are a wide variety of different techniques you can use to make sure your inspiration does not run dry and you’re always able to produce high-quality and interesting work product. You may have your own… Read more »

How Does Giving Your Admin Staff More Information About Decisions Raise Morale?

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If you have admin staff at your organization, you know it is important to your company’s overall productivity to keep the morale of your administrative employees high. You don’t want turnover and you want your admin staff to be as productive as possible. Keeping your employees happy is key to both boosting productivity and keeping… Read more »

Public vs. Private Accounting: What Is Right for Your Career?

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If you are working in the accounting field, you’ll have a big choice to make when it comes to the direction your career will take. You’ll need to decide about whether you want to be a private accountant directly employed by a business, or whether you would prefer to be a public accountant who works… Read more »

What Can You Do When You Work with a Bad Boss?

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Is your boss controlling, nitpicky or a micromanager? Does your boss refuse to ever give you credit or offer you no feedback so you can determine how to improve? Is your boss irresponsible, constantly missing meetings and leaving you to try to pick up the slack for work he leaves undone? If you find yourself… Read more »

When Should You Start Looking for Your Next Creative Assignment?

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Working as a creative professional often means you can use your talent for a diverse array of organizations and that you have a chance to work on a wide variety of different projects so your job never gets boring. However, in the creative arts field, you’re often working only at short-term assignments and must be… Read more »

5 Tips to Create a LinkedIn Profile that Financial Recruiters Will Love

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When you’re trying to land a job in finance, you need impressive credentials to capture the attention of recruiters. You also need to work on building your professional network and your credibility within the field of finance so you can maximize your chances of getting hired. There’s one great way to both boost your profile… Read more »

Avoid These Lies When You Can’t Get the Interview

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If you are searching for a job and growing increasingly frustrated because you’re not landing interviews with companies you want to work for, you are in a tough position. Unfortunately, many people who struggle to get an interview will end up telling themselves comforting lies, rather than getting to the root of the problem and… Read more »