Writing your resume under pressure rather than keeping it updated can take a good career exercise and turn it into a stressful event. People often describe a love-hate relationship with their resume, loving the way it helps them generate attention from employers while hating the process of structuring their content. While resumes continue to evolve
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Many times, job candidates think an interview is for “getting a job” and while that would be a great outcome the goal is really to have a meaningful discussion where the interviewer understands the value you would bring to the organization. Yet when you are being interviewed, it can sometimes feel as though you are
After 18 years in research, this scientist found another calling
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Now is the time to get ready for finding a better job, the one you’ve been dreaming about last year. Putting the past behind and moving forward with a fresh plan of action can be just what you need to land a better job. Naturally, the goal is not to accept just any job rather
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Your job search crash course this year.
The right career-related resolutions can help you make the most of your year
I’ve written about Leapforce (search engine evaluators) before, but haven’t ever written about Appen. Leapforce, Appen, and Lionbridge are all “rater” type independent contracting jobs, so it makes sense Appen...
Pick job search resolutions you can actually keep this year.
Some think of luck as being at the right place at the right time and there is an element of truth to that. But according to psychologist Richard Wiseman, who has been studying luck for decades, “in business and in life, luck isn’t something that happens to you, it’s something that you look out for.”
This is a great time of year to give yourself a career checkup to sit down and take stock of all your accomplishments made during the year; areas where you excelled and areas needing attention. In a recent conversation with a manager, a career comment was made that struck my interest. He described how he
For this researcher, leaving his first Ph.D. program to explore other directions was the right decision
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