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Fill in the blank in the question above to find out what value really drives you. The first step in creating more meaningful work is to determine what energizes you and gives you the brightest vision of your future.
Changing Industries - 4 Tips to Move Your Career in a New Direction
Do you feel overwhelmed when you think about changing industries? After all, with long work weeks, job-performance demands and trying to have a personal life too it's a wonder any professionals find the time to strategically reposition themselves for... (More)
How to Write an Interview Thank You Letter
Sending a thank you letter is as important as interview preparation. But they're tough to write, so people either tell themselves that not sending one doesn't matter, or they procrastinate until it's too late and almost pointless anyway.'yone who... (More)
Networking - Does it Still Work?
Networking was the biggest buzz word of the 90's. To get a job or grow a business - all you had to do was network. Bill Gates' initial deal with IBM, in which they bought and added the MS DOS operating system to all their PC's, was a result of... (More)
What Questions Can Employers Legally Ask?
What questions can employers legally ask? When dealing with background checks, are there limits to how far back they can go? Are they just looking for felonies or misdemeanors too? I hate answering these questions. I am in the process of getting an... (More)
From Retail to Real
Career transition is truly one of the most challenging subjects to write about. To completely retool one's self is time consuming and never ideal. It is a very difficult transition to pull off if you have been in the workforce for any great length of... (More)
Myth of the 10 Minute Resume
Anytime you're promised something within a short time, you must ask yourself if it sounds too easy. Often services or tools that offer quick completions of your career documents are nothing more than a list of facts that you enter! You went to school... (More)
Cover Up the Body Art
John Putzier, author of Weirdos in the Work Place, answers a reader's question about discrimination against tattoos and body piercing. His answer is crucial to know, even if you aren't covered with tattoos.
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