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How to Successfully Make a Career Change Without Losing Your Mind

Change can be a scary thing no matter what aspect of your life it affects. When that change involves a career with so many other things riding on its success it can seem overwhelming. Statistics show people will make a career change five to seven times in their lifetime. For many women, career changes have been life changing. ...




5 Job Interview Secrets Nobody Tells You

Impress interviewers and get the job you want with these 5 tips from a human behavior scientist.
 
 
 


Have you ever questioned the traditional job interview process? Why do we put candidates in a room, drop question after question, and have them regurgitate stories and fact? Instead of revealing your true character and capabilities, it may feel like interviews are designed to give people an opportunity to stretch the truth--or even lie. ...




Millennials hit hard by depression in the workplace

Research suggests younger generations lack the necessary supports to deal with the pace of change in the workforce.

A growing body of research suggests millennials are experiencing higher rates of depression than any other generation in the workplace. ...




The No. 1 Reason You're Not as Productive as You Want to Be

We all want to be more productive. After all, who wouldn't want to get more done than they thought possible? Unfortunately, productivity is and continues to be one of the biggest challenges for entrepreneurs and executives. The good news is that you can be more productive. ...




Own A Landscaping Company? 3 Pieces Of Equipment Your Business Needs

Owning a landscaping business is a way that you can make money to support your family. It does take a bit of work as you will likely have to do everything from mowing to even planting flowers. It's best to have someone else who can help you with your business as it can sometimes be overwhelming when you have a lot of work to get done. ...




Do the Job Nobody Else Wants and You'll Never be Overlooked at Work

When you are asked to help, say yes.When you see what needs to be done, do it. You will be prized by everyone you work with.
 
 
Over the past five years, I’ve delivered talks to tens of thousands of professionals across the country. ...




Hard Work Is Overrated: How to Work Smarter, Not Harder

Everyone likes to talk about hard work. You’ll see quotes plastered on break room bulletin boards. CEOs and entrepreneurs like to talk about it in keynote speeches. It’s considered a valuable metric when gauging an employee’s commitment to the company. ...




3 Ways to Make Sure a Machine Doesn’t Judge Your Job Search

Have an interview coming up?
 
The best thing that you can do to prepare is to think through the questions you’re likely to be asked and formulate answers ahead of time. Here are the 10 most common interview questions and how to craft a strong answer to each. ...




14 things successful people do in the first week of a new job

Thousands of workers will be heading to a new job this month, excited and nervous to prove they've got what it takes.
 
For all those newbs hanging their coats on a new office chair, that means it's time to get to work.
 
"The first three months of any new job are an extension of the interview process," says Amanda Augustine, career advice expert for TopResume. ...




For CPAs, Challenges Can Lead to New Opportunities

Kimberly Ellison-Taylor, CPA, CGMA, global accounting strategy director for Oracle America, became chairman of the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) board of directors on Oct. 25. In her acceptance speech, she noted that a key goal for the accounting profession is the “pursuit of complementary and sometimes unexpected skills that drive new ways of thinking and doing. ...