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You’ve spent hours carefully putting together your résumé for a potential employer, managing to make it simultaneously concise yet detailed. Yet before a hiring manager even gets to that, they see the equally important cover letter. This piece of writing should receive just as much time and care as the résumé : This is the… Read more »

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Today’s business dynamic seems far-removed from the days when a person would work for one, maybe two companies in his entire career, earning the 50-year pin and the storied gold watch at his retirement party. In fact, statistics from the Department of Labor state that the average span of an employee’s tenure is only 1.5… Read more »

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It’s never easy when the winter comes and, for many of us, we end up going to and from work in the dark, wondering when we’ll see the sun again. We reach for our pajama pants almost immediately upon entering our homes, looking for comfortable warmth. But there’s that whole work day to contend with… Read more »

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After sending out multiple resumes and pursuing leads, you finally landed that coveted interview. You arrived early, dressed appropriately for the company’s atmosphere, looked everybody in the eye, and answered all of their questions to the best of your ability while showcasing your skills. Time to sit back, wait, and hope, right? Not quite. While… Read more »