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‘Career Advice I’d Give to My Younger Self’

Unless you can invent a time-traveling machine or become Jennifer Garner’s character in “13 Going on 30,” you may never get a second chance to go back in time and re-do or undo parts of your life you wish you could change. Fortunately for you, we asked real-life seasoned professionals to spill secrets and offer up advice they would give to their younger job-seeking selves.
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What is a Personal Brand — and Tips to Build Yours

Deanna Hartley, CareerBuilder writer

Congratulations — you’re a new or soon-to-be college graduate and you’re ready to conquer the working world. But before you can begin your conquest, you’ll need more than just a resume and cover letter to showcase yourself and demonstrate your competence to potential employers. You need to develop a personal brand.
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5 Signs You Need a New Job

Ever known someone who worked at the same job for years, but complained about it daily? Have you accepted an unfulfilling job because you think work is work and it doesn’t need to be enjoyable? The fact is many people are stuck in lousy jobs and have either grown complacent, don’t know that there are better options out there, or just aren’t sure what the warning signs are. Continue reading 5 Signs You Need a New Job

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5 Career-boosting New Year’s Resolutions to Make in 2016

For many of us, the start of a new year means the chance to start over and the promise that anything is possible. “What will 2016 bring?” we wonder. Will this be the year I finally meet the person of my dreams? Win the lottery? Sell my million-dollar idea on “Shark Tank”? If you’re hoping for a fresh start career-wise this year, consider the following resolutions for a healthier, happier work year. Continue reading 5 Career-boosting New Year’s Resolutions to Make in 2016

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