Top 6 Signs It’s Time for a Career Change

You spend 40 hours/week at your job (more than that in some professions). If you get 8 hours of sleep each night, that means you’re spending 35.7% of your waking hours at your job each week. So if you’re going to spend roughly ⅓ of your life doing something, you should be happy with it, right?

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Feeling Like a Fraud at Work? Here's How You Can Overcome Imposter Syndrome.

Whether you’re a recent grad who’s just starting a new job or a veteran in your field, chances are you have felt—and will feel in the future—some level of imposter syndrome. You know, that feeling of not deserving a role you’ve been given and the fear that soon, everyone will find out you’re a fraud.

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9 Steps to a Stronger LinkedIn Profile

In 2017, LinkedIn reached 500 million users from over 200 countries—with more than 10 million active job posts and information on over 9 million companies. All of which means that, whether you’re a recent grad searching for an entry-level job in your field or a mid-career professional looking for a company switch, this site is a powerful tool.

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9 Tips to Avoid Procrastination

We’ve all been there—you have a project you need to complete, and despite the logical part of your brain telling you it needs to get done, the rest wants to rewatch The Office or take a personality quiz about what type of cupcake matches your cat's personality.

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7 Tips for Acing Your Big Job Interview

An anxiety-inducing phrase we’ve all faced at least once in our lives is “job interview.” Even for the most outgoing of us, the concept of sitting in front of a stranger and answering questions to try to get a job can be nerve-wracking. But, with the right preparation, it doesn’t have to be.

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