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  3 Ways Boost Your Job Satisfaction
by Joan Runnheim Olson - Sep, 2013
Are your Sundays spent dreading Monday? Are you simply going through the motions at work? According to the 2013 version of The Conference Board Job Satisfaction Survey, less than half of U.S. workers are satisfied with their jobs. If that rings true for you, what steps are you willing to take to increase your satisfaction [and success] at work? Below are three tips to help you enjoy your job more: 1. Manage your time bette...
 
  6 Ways You’re Setting Yourself Up to Fail at Work
by Alexandra Levit - Sep, 2013
No one wants to disappoint a colleague or manager. No one wants to be bad at their job. No one wants to fail. Nevertheless, people do these things every day, and more often than not, they bring the problems on themselves. In the event that you may be unknowingly sabotaging your productivity and success, here are six things to make certain you aren’t doing: You set unrealistic expectations You’re a can-do person,...
 
  3 Things to Do to Make Your Résumé Ring in 2013!
by Debra Ann Matthews - Sep, 2013
* Ring out a Résumé that focuses on your Target Market. Use industry-laden terms and jargon specific to your industry. * Ring out a Résumé that is appealing with a Branding Slogan, Testimonials, Success Stories and Case Studies. It is now acceptable to tell a story using phrases, slogans and quotes to demonstrate the value that you have provided to your company. * Ring out Your Defining 2 to 3 Career Achievements. For...
 
  Essential Steps To Take Before You Quit Your Job
by Michelle Dumas - Sep, 2013
“Take this job and shove it”! The title of a popular 1977 country song (sung by someone ironically named Johnny Paycheck), it describes a feeling many, if not most, of us have felt at least once in our professional lives. Life isn’t perfect, and neither is employment. Dissatisfaction with a job may be so great that you just don’t feel you have any option other than to quit. Or maybe you’ve just simply found something bette...
 
  Here’s a Quick Way to handle a poor job search strategy: Breathe Deeply!
by Debra Ann Matthews - Sep, 2013
Take this quick survey to determine if you really need to breathe deeply about your job search strategy. Answer yes or no to the following questions: 1. Have you sent resumes to over 47 job leads and have not received one response at all? 2. Are you applying for any job with the hopes that you will take anything that you can get? 3. Do you have skills and talents but are afraid to use them because someone that you...
 
  Top 4 Things Young Job Seekers Can Do To Get Their First Job
by Debra Ann Matthews - Sep, 2013
Whether you are a college student seeking your first part-time job or a high school graduate who feels that you are ready to enter the workforce head-on by landing your first full-time job, here are a few tips to help you as you maneuver through the process. First of all, know that it may take a long time to obtain a job. And even after landing your first job, you may only work part-time. Companies stagger their total labo...
 
  5 Quickies To Help Give Your Job Search a Boost
by Kimberly Schneiderman - Sep, 2013
1. We vs. I: In our society, we (notice I said ‘we’) often use the word ‘we’ to describe our work. It is inclusive and allows you to share credit for your work with others on your team. The problem is, it doesn’t tell anyone what your role was on the team! Try balancing your use of ‘we’ and ‘I’ so people know what you did on a project versus what the goals and actions of the entire group were! 2. “I believe… I think… I fee...
 
  Adapting to Change in Your Office
by Alexandra Levit - Sep, 2013
Over at the Fast Track blog, we received the following reader question: I work in an organization that has frequent changes in policies, which requires ongoing adaptation to our assessment and decision-making processes. How do I manage older employees who are struggling to learn to use new processes and technology, resulting in significant time lags in completing their work? Many of these employees have had an excellent tr...
 
  Are You a Resume Hoarder?
by Barbara Safani - Sep, 2013
Resume to Referral has a brilliant infographic called Avoid Being a Resume Hoarder that points out some of the things job seekers tend to keep on their resumes that should have been tossed out with the trash years ago. Writing a resume can be an emotional process and it can be difficult for some to maintain objectivity during the writing process because the person has become attached to their own “stuff.” They remember the...
 
  Captivating Cover Letters
by Lorrie Boyer - Sep, 2013
Whether you are a stay at home mom looking for home based work or a mom returning to work after the kids are old enough to be in school, or even current working mom prospecting for another position, it is important to understand the true value and importance of the cover letter. It can be used to bridge your skills and experience (as a mom/caretaker) to the position if you don’t have work history in a particular field or even...
 
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