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Interview Completed … now it’s your turn

Let’s approach this situation as if you have sought and obtained an interview for either a job change or a promotion within your present organization. You have carefully detailed your qualifications, experience and objectives. Now, the interviewer asks, “Do you

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A Winning Strategy … for 2017

I believe that it is wise to access your career situation at the beginning of every year. The primary rationale for this is to develop what is called a SWOT analysis. This acronym means a Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Threats

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Is there a future for your career?

This entire debate may have begun with this statement. Gordon Moore, the co-founder of Fairchild Semiconductor and Intel observed that “the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit doubles approximately every two years.” In everyday language, we have come

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What is a B.S. degree worth?

Aimee Picchi contributed an article to CBS Money Watch entitled, The top-paying and lowest-paying college majors.  I believe that this information is relevant because, some professionals or family members may be pursuing a Bachelor’s degree. Due to the high cost

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Work-Life Balance … and good pay!

Aimee Picchi contributed an article to CBS Money Watch entitled, 9 jobs with top work-life balance. The article focused on jobs with work-life balance. The research focused on a survey by Glassdoor. The work-life balance index was rated from 1

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Highest-paying Jobs for Women

Rachel Gillett contributed an article to the Business Insider entitled, The 20 Highest–paying Jobs for Women. She concludes that some of the highest-paying jobs for women are in healthcare. Also, her research shows that there are some fields where women

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Tune-up Your Resume

Jacquelyn Smith, Rachel Gillett and Natalie Walters contributed an article to The Business Insider entitled, 29 Things You Should Never Include on Your Résumé. Hiring managers usually receive a large number of resumes and each requires a large investment of

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