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How to Ask Why You Didn’t Get the Job (With Template)

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  Your resume was phenomenal, the phone screening was a success, and you left thinking that they were sure to hire you. But you didn’t get the job. Maybe worse yet, no one told you why you didn’t get the job. So how are you supposed to improve what went wrong if you don’t know… Read more »

6 Tips for How You Can Stand Out From the Pack During the “Great Resignation”

The pandemic changed how people viewed their work and maybe that happened to you. Maybe you discovered that you’re burnt out, or that you love working from home, or that you hate going to an “essential” job. According to Microsoft’s 2021 Work Trend Index, about 41% of people are expected to leave their jobs, named… Read more »

How to Get an Engineering Job Without Experience

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The job market can be difficult for engineering graduates who don’t have any professional experience. Navigating the engineering world is an acquired skill and not necessarily one that is taught in even the best universities. Here are some of the best tips, tricks, and insider knowledge from the engineering world on how to get an… Read more »

5 Inspiring Career Lessons From Olympic Athletes

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Olympic athletes are the toughest on Earth. The majority of their entire lives are around training in their sport, which requires specific skills. Whether you’re an entrepreneur or aiming for that promotion, mastering these lessons will help you out.   Right Mindset “The only victory that counts is the one over yourself.” — Jesse Owens,… Read more »

Why Everyone Needs Upskilling (and How to Convince Your Boss)

Why Everyone Needs Upskilling and How to Convince Your Boss

Is upskilling necessary? The World Economic Forum declared last year that “42% of core skills required to perform existing jobs are expected to change” and that more than one billion workers will need upskilling by 2030. In this “upskilling emergency”, some of the companies that will be the hardest hit have a clear motivation to… Read more »

8 Bizarre Facts About the Workplace

“Work” as a concept is a fairly modern development. Do you know these facts about work?   Bizarre Facts About the Workplace Leonardo Da Vinci has been credited with writing the first resume According to this article by Fast Company, Fridays are the least common sick day And Monday is the most common sick day… Read more »

6 Ways Upskilling Solves Problems

Upskilling, also known as reskilling, is the act of investing in current or new employees so they can bridge the gap that automation has created. Automation has conquered large swaths of labor, often tedious labor that doesn’t require nuanced knowledge.  Some employers try to cut corners by firing their staff and hire new people, but… Read more »

9 Things Successful People do Before Taking a Vacation

Setting yourself up for success before taking a vacation is easy enough for anyone to do with a few simple steps. After all, no one likes returning from a holiday to an overwhelming pile of work, endless emails, and far more to do than when you left. Avoid all that hassle and headache by using… Read more »

10 Signs Your Job Interview Went Well

10 Signs Your Job Interview Went Well

If you’ve even wondered if your job interview went well, you’re not alone! The end of an interview can often leave you wondering what kind of impression you made. This article will cover the signs so you can see if your interview went well. 10 Signs Your Job Interview Went Well: The Interview Ran Long… Read more »

7 Common Hiring Mistakes (and how to Avoid Them)

Hiring is a big investment for companies to make and one that can pay off long term if done correctly. A bad hire, however, can be a costly and damaging mistake. Undercover Recruiter estimates that a bad hire (including the cost of the hiring process, retention, and salary) can cost a company as much as… Read more »