Using Endorsements on a Resume

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As everyone knows, a resume is a place to showcase your knowledge and skills. But simply listing or describing your skills is not very persuasive. That is why career counselors recommend using examples of times you used your skills, or using facts and figures to support your claims. For the so-called technical or hard skills,… Read more »

How to Jump Start Your Career

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You may have hit a point in your career where things have become stale, where you no longer feel fulfilled or challenged. This may prompt thoughts of change, such as getting another degree, making a move within your company or even looking for a new job. But sometimes, you don’t have to make a big… Read more »

How Doing Nothing Can Increase Productivity

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We believe that to be more productive, we need to work harder and longer. But research into productivity is showing that this belief is not the case. In fact, slowing down and even taking the time to do nothing at all can actually spur greater productivity. For the past 20 years, studies have shown that… Read more »

How to Get More Done

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Many people feel more pressed for time than ever before. It seems there is always too much to do and not enough time to do it. But we are just not sure how to go about improving our situation, to get out in front of the curve. If this is a problem you are having,… Read more »