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Conducting a Personal SWOT Analysis to Chart Your Future
By Marci Martin | October 23, 2023

A SWOT analysis can help you understand your strengths and opportunities as well as your business's. Learn how to do the analysis here.

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All Generations Seek Work-Life Balance Above All Else
By Max Freedman | October 23, 2023

All generations value a healthy work-life relationship.

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10 Crazy Job Interview Mistakes People Actually Made
By Chad Brooks | October 23, 2023

Job applicants have made disastrous blunders during interviews. Learn from 10 job interview mistakes to set yourself up for success.

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How to Write a Job Resignation Letter
By Skye Schooley | October 20, 2023

Writing a professional resignation letter can help maintain relationships and benefit your career in the long run. Learn what to include and see examples.

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5 Simple, Proven Ways to Be a Better Co-Worker
By Max Freedman | October 20, 2023

Learn how to be a better co-worker, whether your team already likes you or you're struggling to connect and collaborate.

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The Real Effects of Unemployment
By Shayna Waltower | October 20, 2023

Financial concerns are a common concern during unemployment, but there are other issues unemployed individuals often experience.

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How to Become a C-Suite Executive
By David Cotriss | October 20, 2023

This guide describes some of the foremost executive positions in a company's leadership and what you'll need to be able to do to get the job.

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Most Americans Expect to Keep Working in Retirement
By Andrew Martins | October 20, 2023

Surveys suggest that most Americans expect to keep working in their retirement, citing the desire to stay sharp, engaged and financially stable.

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Read a Book! It’s Good for Your Career
By Bassam Kaado | October 20, 2023

Learn how reading can benefit your career or your business.

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Creative Ways Job Seekers Are Applying for Jobs
By Shayna Waltower | October 20, 2023

Employers and job seekers are finding creative ways to liven up the hiring process. Learn creative ways to attract talent or help your resume stand out.

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Working From Home Increases Productivity
By Shayna Waltower | October 20, 2023

Working from home can increase employees' productivity. Here's how you and your team can make the most of working remotely and manage work relationships.

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How to Age-Proof Your Resume
By Jennifer Post | October 20, 2023

Workplace veterans have unique considerations when job hunting. Learn 15 tips for age-proofing your resume and showing your best side to hiring managers.

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Surveys Reveal What Some Would Give to End Their Commute
By Max Freedman | October 20, 2023

National and local studies have uncovered strong negative correlations between commuting and job satisfaction. Learn how remote work can ease the stress.

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4 Items to Review in Your Employment Contract
By Kaylyn McKenna | October 20, 2023

Find out what to look for in an employment contract before you sign it – and the advantages and disadvantages to consider.

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Music and Its Effect on Productivity
By Skye Schooley | October 20, 2023

Experts are divided on music's effect on productivity, but anecdotal evidence suggests a positive correlation. Learn the science of music and productivity.

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How to Resolve the Office Temperature Debate
By Kiely Kuligowski | October 20, 2023

The thermostat can be a contentious topic for co-workers. Here's how to put an end to the office temperature debate before it becomes a distraction.

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The Critical Importance of Mental Health Days
By Adam Uzialko | October 20, 2023

Do you need a mental health day? Find out how taking a day off to recharge can benefit employees and businesses.

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How Grads Can Get the Job With Limited Work Experience
By Bennett Conlin | October 20, 2023

Limited work experience isn't as big an obstacle to finding a job as you might think. Here's how to get a job without a stacked resume.

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The End of a Controversial Era: Is the Open Office Dying?
By Matt D’Angelo | October 20, 2023

The open office model gained notoriety after major businesses adopted it. With the rise of remote work, is the open office format a thing of the past?

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Should You Hire a Career Coach?
By Rebecca Renner | October 20, 2023

Learn what a career coach is, how much they cost, and whether hiring one is the right move for you.

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6 Tips for Open-Office Etiquette
By Kiely Kuligowski | October 20, 2023

Open offices may be popular, but they take work to function well. See the pros and cons, as well as get workplace etiquette tips.

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Paw-some or Cat-astrophic? Pros and Cons of Office Pets
By Sammi Caramela | October 20, 2023

Are office pets a wonderful perk or a troublesome distraction? This guide covers the pros and cons of pets in the workplace.

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Are Your Office Perks Hurting Productivity?
By Bassam Kaado | October 20, 2023

Office perks may be distractions if they are not handled right. Here's how to find a balance between work and play while still offering employees exciting incentives.

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Open Office vs. Private Office: Which Type of Office Layout Is Right for Your SMB?
By Skye Schooley | October 20, 2023

Deciding on a layout for your small business depends on many factors. Learn if an open office, private office or combination is right for your company.

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Tips for Better Email Inbox Management
By Natalie Hamingson | October 20, 2023

Here are some tricks and tips for email management practices so your inbox doesn’t become another full-time job.

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Want to Take a Gap Year? 7 Ways to Make It a Productive One
By Saige Driver | October 20, 2023

If the idea of jumping into college right after high school graduation is daunting, learn how to take a productive gap year between the two.

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Friends With Boundaries: Handling Friendships in the Workplace
By Jordan Bishop | October 20, 2023

Meaningful workplace relationships are vital for a business. But setting boundaries in relationships is crucial to prevent adverse effects on the company.

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Best Careers for Empaths
By Rebecca Renner | October 19, 2023

Empaths are people who feel deeply connected to the emotions of others around them. That can make certain jobs good fits for highly empathetic people.

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Why Women Handle Job Interview Stress Better Than Men
By Adam Uzialko | February 21, 2023
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The Benefits of Having Friends at Work
By Isaiah Atkins | February 21, 2023

Work friendships can improve mental health across your workforce. Learn the benefits of work friendships and how to encourage them in your company.