Office Holiday Party Do’s and Don’ts

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Whether you’ve been working for years or you’re at your first internship, office holiday parties are part of the working world. These parties are not your family and friend holiday gatherings and the rules of engagement are slightly different. Read …

By Maria Kuntz
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What’s the Difference Between an Offer Letter and a Contract?

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Understanding the difference between an offer letter and a contract is one of the key ways to set yourself up for success in your career. Since the terms are closely linked, many recent grads tend to think of them interchangeably …

By WayUp Guide
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How to Write an Excellent Resume

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Even recruiters and hiring managers have to write their own resumes. Maybe you’ve come to a point when you’re ready to look for a new job. So yes, everyone needs to learn how to write a proper resume.

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By Julie Petersen
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8 Brilliant Tips for Geeks Looking to Make a Career as a Tech Startup

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Building and establishing a tech startup can be a very complicated process. If you plan to disrupt an existing sector of the tech industry, you have to make your move quickly as things change very quickly in this field. …

By Alexandra Grayson
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Government or Private Hospitals: Where to Work after Medical School

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After four years of medical school, where to work is another significant decision to make. To join private hospitals or government hospitals is your decision and not any other person. There would be various factors that you need to consider, …

By Mark Howellpie
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How to Become a Pro at Business Travel

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Why is it that some people absolutely dread business travel, while others look upon it as an adventure? Maybe it is because the people who hate to travel for business haven’t learned how to make their trips easier, and even …

By Jane Hurst
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Organizing Your Work Space to Improve Your Creativity

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A lot of people think that creative people are scatter-brained and cluttered, and that they work surrounded by clutter. This is actually not usually the case. In fact, when one is surrounded by clutter, it can be hard to get …

By Jane Hurst
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How to Be More Efficient When Searching for Jobs Online

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Job searches can be time-consuming, sometimes draining, and often discouraging when you don’t get the response rate that you want. But one of the key things to remember with job applications is that quantity should never rule over quality. …

By Morgan Franklin
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How to Motivate Your Teen

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Motivated adolescents are a powerful addition to their family, as well as to their community. When your teen is motivated, their behavior will reflect their motivation. They will want to succeed at home, at school, at work, and as part …

By Julie Bradlie
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Is Freelancing for Me? Quiz

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Freelancing is on the rise, and the internet has made it easier than ever to be your own boss. For those looking from the outside, becoming a freelancer often appears tempting. Being your own boss, choosing the work you …

By Jenny Mayer
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