Category: Career Advice

Should I Consider a Job in Nonprofits?

You are on the fence about working in nonprofits. You want to build a long-lasting career but are unsure whether experience in this sector will grow your professional prospects. Some people assume no, but don’t be too quick to dismiss an opportunity in this field. By working in non-profits, you glean life-long lessons and build […]

 

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Why Cashing in Your PTO Is the Way to Go This Summer

Work is important, but sometimes, without even noticing, we elevate its importance to unhealthy levels. And when that happens, we can begin wondering if we are cut out for our jobs or even in the right career. Balancing a good work ethic with a need for rest (actual rest, unplugging from all responsibilities for a […]

 

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3 Networking Habits that Build Robust Relationships

Networking – the term can be both ambiguous and overwhelming. Is it important? Does it add value to your career? And if so, how do you network in a way that connects with people without being another email or phone call people debate returning? All valid and relatable questions, ones I’ve wrestled with myself. Through […]

 

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7 Ways to Master Your Next Phone Interview

Phone interviews are nothing new. However, with the increase of remote and hybrid work opportunities in the last few years, initial interviews are occurring on the phone more often. Reviewing interview tips and STAR questions is beneficial, but how do you prepare to answer important questions on the phone? If a large portion of our communication comes from non-verbal […]

 

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What is a staffing agency and how does it work?

Even if you haven’t worked with a staffing agency, you probably have some preconceived notions. And what are the advantages of working with one? While not all agencies are one and the same, those that take their partnerships seriously can provide helpful connections for your career path. From interview-prep tips and resume reviews to career […]

 

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