Career Advice

Should I Correct My Interviewer if They Make a Mistake?

It’s very awkward when you’re sitting in an interview and your interviewer makes a mistake. You want to be respectful, but you also feel compelled to correct them. What should you do in this situation?

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Was Your Job Loss a Good Thing? Here's How to Tell

Losing a job is often automatically thought of as a bad thing. We depend on our jobs not only for our source of income but in many cases our job is also closely linked to our sense of identity and security. For these reasons, losing a job can feel devastating.

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Best Career Choices for Extroverts

Extroverted personalities thrive in social situations. The extroverted personality is better suited for many types of employment opportunities. Extroverted people tend to struggle with focus as many things and people excite them, which can make it difficult to zone in on one career option. Keep reading to ...

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How to Get Motivated Before Your Work Shift

No matter how much you love your job, it can be challenging to get motivated before your shift. These are some things you can do to get yourself worked up to go into work.

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Prepare for a New Career During Quarantine

Although many people are lamenting the lack of something to do during quarantine, you can use this time to take quality steps toward preparing for your new career. Now is the perfect time to focus on your career goals and evaluate what you need to do to make those goals a reality.

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