How to Deal With Office Negativity

We all know that person— or people— in the office that seem to constantly complain about work. Don’t get me wrong, occasionally venting about a situation is perfectly normal as long as you stay respectful of your coworkers. However, a company culture with a constant negative attitude can make your professional life miserable and unproductive. […]

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How to Stay in Top Job Seeker Shape

While some of us may be flagging in our New Year’s resolutions to get in good physical shape, even more of us may be in poor job seeker shape. I’m talking to you, employed people! It’s great to not be conducting a job search right now— bask in it a little. However, the unpleasant reality […]

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Will Your Employer Pay for Your Tuition?

When thinking about going back to school, it might be worth your while to think back to your first days at your current job. Those early meetings with Human Resources might have explained tuition reimbursement, a somewhat common benefit among employers. Here are some tips for navigating your employer’s tuition reimbursement benefits, and some ideas […]

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Tips For Chatting with an Interviewer

Although being qualified for a position is usually vital to a job interview, being liked by your interviewer can be equally as important. In fact, interviewers will likely choose a candidate based on how much they liked him/her. This might be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on how you like to interview. […]

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What is a NEET?

Unemployment numbers are troublesome across the board and across the globe. The September 2012 unemployment rate for young adults in the European Union was 22.8 percent (and over 50 percent in Greece and Spain). However, is the situation in the US so different? Although the overall unemployment rate was 7.8 percent last month, a certain […]

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