How to Find Motivation to Work After Enjoying Time Off

How to Find Motivation to Work After Enjoying Time Off

You’ve just returned from a long holiday weekend or a delightful holiday and are now facing going back to work. The fun of the time off is over and it’s time to refocus on your work. While you did all that work to unwind and remove yourself from it, now’s the time to find some… Read more »

17 Productivity Hacks So You Get More Done Faster

Our list of productivity hacks will get you to get things done and have more time! It’s easy to let the non-essentials take over your day-to-day, but then you’re stuck with things undone and no time to do them! There’s nothing worse than having to use your spare time to do what should have been… Read more »

Greatest Weakness Interview Question and Answer

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It can be nerve-wracking to answer the “greatest weakness” question in an interview, but we will help you avoid all the pitfalls. The weakness question can be a trap or a chance to show off your skill!  Give the wrong answer and the whole interview could be over before you know it. Read more for… Read more »

How To Overcome the Job Experience Requirement

It’s a common catch when starting a new career: every job ad asks for experience, but you don’t have any. To get the job, you need experience – but how can you earn experience without the job? How do you get experience before you get experience? Plenty of people are looking to change directions or… Read more »

How to Write a Resume Cover Letter

Obviously your resume is not the same as your cover letter. It’s common for employers to ask for both a resume and a cover letter. Yours should be approximately three paragraphs long and include why you’re applying for this particular position, a brief overview of your professional experience, and why you in particular are the… Read more »

How to Write the Best Resume Objective

How to Write the Best Resume Objective

Writing a resume objective or a resume summary often can feel like the most difficult part of writing a resume. How do you know the difference and when should you use which one? What goes into writing one? We’re going to break down their definitions, when to use what, and how you can make the… Read more »

How to Get an Excellent LinkedIn Reference

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Getting a LinkedIn reference can make a difference when you’re using LinkedIn to apply to something new. The trouble is that no one just automatically gives a LinkedIn reference, so you’re going to have to ask for it. Why Do You Want a Reference? Not all recommendations serve the same purpose. Are you looking for… Read more »

6 Steps to Take Control of Your Career

Taking control of your career requires something more out of you. If what you’re doing isn’t enough, then it’s time to see what works, what doesn’t, and know what direction you’re going. 1. Make a Plan If you don’t know where you’re going, then it’s not under your control. Some people will want to make… Read more »

10 Things To Consider When You Want to Change Careers

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Do you want to change careers? Dread the thought of another day at your current job? Envying someone else’s line of work? If you just can’t stand the thought of going back there, check out all of our steps to make sure your career change is as seamless as possible.   What do you dislike?… Read more »

Decode the Tech Industry’s Casual Dress Code

Decode the Tech Industry’s Casual Dress Code

    We’ve seen and heard about Silicon Valley’s casual hoodies, the jeans, the snowboards, and seen the ripple effect as first tech companies, then all start-ups, and now nearly every company brags about a “casual dress code”. If you’ve never worked in one before, it sounds heavenly. Just throw on what you wore this weekend,… Read more »