Creating a Professional Career Network via Technology

In this Age of Information, connecting with people has been easier than ever, thanks to technology. Technology like smartphones and tablets are making it convenient for some job seekers to find the job of their dreams. But for others, they feel that technology isn’t helping them out. In a New York Times’ 2013 article it was […]

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The Importance of Keeping Your Workspace Work-Appropriate

How you act and behave around the office is as much an act of keeping up your appearance as it is respecting your coworkers. Nobody wants to come into work with a loud, obnoxious, unhygienic braggart every day and so most people don’t act that way because it’s unprofessional and discourteous to others. However, even […]

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Taking Time Off to go to a Job Interview During Work

If you are looking to change full-time jobs, chances are you are going to have a job interview scheduled during normal working hours. This can sometimes be an uncomfortable situation because while you go out to these job interviews you are going to be lying to your current employer. It’s not a straight lie to […]

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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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Should You Accept a Drink at a Job Interview?

Job interviews come in all shapes and sizes, with an array of uncomfortable scenarios. One of these is a situation involving alcohol. Say you are out on a lunch interview with your potential boss, and s/he orders a glass of wine, offering you one as well. Should you accept the drink? Here is a breakdown […]

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