How To Ask For A Letter of Recommendation (Templates Included)

By Mike Simpson How to ask for a letter of recommendation. It’s a question that plagues students and job seekers alike. Why? Because having one is sometimes a necessity. It can be a requirement for college applications or may make all of the difference when you’re trying to land your dream job. The trick is,…

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I Hate My Boss – What to Do Now (Our Step-By-Step Guide)

By Mike Simpson When the first thing you think when you arrive at work is “I hate my boss,” your professional life quickly turns miserable. It may feel like you simply can’t win, and that’s heartbreaking. Overall, 50 percent of professionals have left a job to get away from a manager. Why does that matter?…

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I Hate My Job! – What to Do Now (Follow These 10 Steps)

By Mike Simpson When you hate your job, every day can feel like a slog. Not only are your workdays rough, but fears and annoyance about going back to work can worm their way into your weekends and vacations. A stunning 81 percent of professionals experience Sunday night dread, and it’s a rough way to…

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“Should I Quit My Job?” – 12 Reasons It Might Be Time

By Mike Simpson Should I quit my job… it’s a question that enters every professional’s mind, usually more often than people would expect. After all, about 2.6 million people quit their jobs in June 2020 alone. And that was during a pandemic, where widespread unemployment was the norm. However, just because you get an inkling…

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How to Become a Teacher (Education, Skills, Certification, Salary & More)

By Jeff Gillis Teaching is one of the most rewarding and most challenging careers a person can pursue. When you work to become a teacher, you’ll have the opportunity to mold young minds and shape the leaders, innovators, and world-changers of tomorrow. How amazing is that? But, that journey isn’t going to be struggle-free. You’re…

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Here’s How to Springboard Your Teaching Career (6+ Tips)

Guest Post By Max Woolf So— You’ve decided to take the teaching route. You want to share knowledge with others and shape the society of tomorrow. Problem? You’re in a maze. You don’t know where to start and at this point, becoming a teacher feels more like climbing Mountain Everest, blindfolded. Don’t stress. If you’re…

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26 Essential Interpersonal Skills You Can Use On Your Resume

By Mike Simpson If we were to sit down and fantasize about the Mount Rushmore of “skill types that are necessary to get a job” (yes, we are that nerdy), you could bet that interpersonal skills would occupy the George Washington spot… prominent and way out in front of the others. But why are interpersonal…

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Interview Question: What Are Your Career Goals? [+ Example Answers]

By Mike Simpson What are your career goals? Do you have them? Do you need them? What happens if you’re asked what your career goals are in an interview? How do you answer? Is this question even important? You bet your job-seeking booty it is…and for a few very important reasons. But before we get…

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What To Do When You Get Laid Off

By Jeff Gillis They say there are two constants in life… death and taxes. Unfortunately, in today’s job market, with large corporations acquiring smaller ones right and left and the general overall nature of business, we need to add a third constant…getting laid off. Ugh. Now before you retreat to your cocoon of comfort, hiding…

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How To Write an Introduction Letter (Samples Included)

By Jeff Gillis For many job seekers, nothing’s more frustrating than the words, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” What if you don’t know anyone? Perhaps you’ve moved to a new city, switched industries, or simply didn’t recognize the importance of networking until recently. How can talented individuals in this situation play…

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