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Losing your job sucks – How to get back to work after losing your job

Posted August 15, 2017 in Job Hunting
Nobody likes the feeling of being called into the supervisor’s office only to be informed that you are being let go. Regardless of the circumstances, losing your job is rarely a cause for celebration.
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When it comes to compensation, it’s not all about the money

Posted July 05, 2017 in Job Hunting, In the Workplace, Career Choices
Most us of have an idea of how much money a job needs to pay us in order to be worth it. Where we set that bar – be it high or low – is up to us. That said, compensation isn’t just about your pay rate or your yearly salary. When searching for jobs, it’s important look at how companies compensate employees in other ways
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Getting Out There: How to Effectively Network

Posted February 13, 2017 in Job Hunting, Career Advice
The 2017 job market is very competitive. An education, resume and cover letter aren’t always enough to truly represent you and what you have to offer. Today, networking plays a vital role for job seekers and career changers. Emailing your old university mentor once doesn’t really qualify as networking; you truly have to have a multi-faceted plan in order to stand out.
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Stay Alert! Get Job Postings in Your Inbox

Posted November 22, 2016 in Job Hunting
If you are looking to simplify your job search and stay up-to-date on new job postings it’s a good idea to set up job alerts. Job alerts are email notifications that arrive in your inbox whenever a job that fits your search criteria becomes available. You can set up your search parameters to focus on specific titles or go broader with industry specific searches. Rather than logging on every day to perform a search, the job board will pluck out jobs that fit and email them to you.
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‘Tis the Season to Earn Some Extra Money

Posted October 12, 2016 in Job Hunting
As the holiday season approaches many retailers are looking for temporary employees to help handle the increased traffic during this busy time of year. From October to New Year’s, shops will be displaying and moving more product, and restaurants will be hosting and serving more people. If you’re looking to make some extra money, or gain more job experience, these types of jobs are perfect; however they do have their drawbacks.
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Earn Extra Money by Becoming a Secret Shopper

Posted June 29, 2016 in Job Hunting, Career Choices
If you’re looking for a job with flexible hours where you can earn some extra money, consider a position as a Customer Experience Evaluator or Secret Shopper. Whether you want to supplement your current income or are looking for a job where you can control your own hours, these types of jobs are perfect for you.
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