How To Tell When It’s Time to Get a New Job

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For many, finding a new job is a difficult task. If you’re comfortable where you are now, finding something different often feels like you’re starting over. However, starting over can offer you a fresh perspective, one your current job might not be able to give you. If your current job feels like it’s more trouble…

Night Shift Perks You May Have Overlooked

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Night shift; overnight shift; third shift. All of these names refer to positions that have work hours during the night. You may not realize it, but a significant portion of the workforce works the graveyard shift. It is a viable option while job searching and makes great money. We’re here to illuminate some third-shift pluses…

How to Make a Rebound After Losing Your Job

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Losing your job can be a difficult thing to recover from. It is natural to feel defeated after you’ve lost something you’ve depended on. However, in this crucial time in-between jobs, it is important to not lose hope and to keep a positive outlook. In order to make that ever-important rebound happen, there are a…

How To Tell When A New Job Might Be Just What You Need

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If you’re thinking about getting a new job, it’s also important to think about why. Sometimes, the reasons for needing a new job are as plain as day. Other times, not so much. We’re here to help you nail down those reasons. That way, you don’t switch jobs for the wrong reasons.   © Korn…

4 Career-Changing Things You Should Know About Yourself

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Even if you already have a job, you should be paying attention to your career. Careers are more than jobs. They are also about learning and growing as a person. The process of learning and growing comes with understanding who you are as a person and what you bring to the table. In order to…

Hate Your Job? Don’t Count Yourself Out

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People who hate their jobs are more common than we might think. You might be one of them, sitting there reading this, thinking you’re ready to quit. You just can’t take it anymore. It’s the work, the co-workers, the boss, the company. Hold on. Before you make any permanent decisions to quit and make a…

Are You a Settler or a Reacher in Your Career?

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In the dating and relationship world, it is often said that one partner is the ‘settler’ while the other is the ‘reacher’. The settler settles down with someone, for one reason or another, even if they think they can do better. On the other hand, the reacher finds a partner who is ‘out of their league’…

Switching Job Assignments? Think About These 6 Things First

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You are in the middle of switching job assignments. Hopefully you’re working through us to get that done for you. We also hope that both the job you finished and the job you’re starting are great fits for your lifestyle and for your career growth! When switching jobs, whether it’s moving from temp-to-temp, or perm-to-perm,…

4 Ways Job Hunting Has Changed Over the Years

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Because technology changes at a break-neck speed, so does everything else that relies on it. As a result, job hunting has always followed in the footsteps of tech. With the advent of the internet and the ever-expanding need for ease of access, the demand for simple job searching solutions has never been higher. Cell phones…

How to Keep Yourself Organized During Your Job Search

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Job searching, especially during a time of high stress, can be difficult to maintain. Whether industrial, skilled trades, or administrative is your goal, staying organized can help keep you from making crucial mistakes. To stay organized, there are a few things you should think about. We have prepared a few organizational tips to help you…