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Job Hunting can be an Inside Job

In the game known as job hunting, hope springs eternal. Or in this case, hope springs internal as well. Seriously. While there are some employees who run for the nearest escape hatch when the going gets tough, what if staying put in your present employment address is the best option that can open doors you were not fully aware existed? For the card-carrying members of the “grass is greener where you water it” club, this is a bookmark-worthy article by Kimberley Kasper that illustrates why be

The Rewards of Being a Sales Associate for Security Bank

Whether you’re a fresh graduate or someone who’s been working for a while, the job hunt is an exploration that happens in the same waters. For all of us who find ourselves immersed at sea, there’s no question of sink or swim – as long as you keep on treading, you’ll keep your head above water. But how you swim the tides – that will ultimately have a say in what kind of boat will save you and get you to that shore, a.ka. your highest career goals. There are usually two kinds of boats you can g

10 Ways to Balance Career and Motherhood

The best juggling act of them all, it turns out, is not found in a loud and brightly-lit circus. The distinction belongs to working moms, who seemingly best embody the “If you want something done, ask a busy person!” expression. Motherhood, by itself, is a formidable yet rewarding role. Mixing in elements such as the complexities of work, running a family, and managing a minefield of relationships helps add up to what becomes a colorful and rollercoaster-like experience. Unlike McDonald’s Ham

What To Remember When Choosing Your First Job

For some, picking what to wear for the day is easy—you just put on the shirt you had already decided on the night before. It’s as simple as that. But for others, it’s much more complicated. Before you know it, your bed is full of clothes you tried on, but just didn’t feel right wearing that day. The same goes for choosing your career path. Graduation is fast approaching and already you feel the pressure of picking the perfect first job. You want to make sure you choose the right one that will

Job Hunting can be an Inside Job

In the game known as job hunting, hope springs eternal. Or in this case, hope springs internal as well. Seriously. While there are some employees who run for the nearest escape hatch when the going gets tough, what if staying put in your present employment address is the best option that can open doors you were not fully aware existed? For the card-carrying members of the “grass is greener where you water it” club, this is a bookmark-worthy article by Kimberley Kasper that illustrates why be

The Rewards of Being a Sales Associate for Security Bank

Whether you’re a fresh graduate or someone who’s been working for a while, the job hunt is an exploration that happens in the same waters. For all of us who find ourselves immersed at sea, there’s no question of sink or swim – as long as you keep on treading, you’ll keep your head above water. But how you swim the tides – that will ultimately have a say in what kind of boat will save you and get you to that shore, a.ka. your highest career goals. There are usually two kinds of boats you can g

10 Ways to Balance Career and Motherhood

The best juggling act of them all, it turns out, is not found in a loud and brightly-lit circus. The distinction belongs to working moms, who seemingly best embody the “If you want something done, ask a busy person!” expression. Motherhood, by itself, is a formidable yet rewarding role. Mixing in elements such as the complexities of work, running a family, and managing a minefield of relationships helps add up to what becomes a colorful and rollercoaster-like experience. Unlike McDonald’s Ham

What To Remember When Choosing Your First Job

For some, picking what to wear for the day is easy—you just put on the shirt you had already decided on the night before. It’s as simple as that. But for others, it’s much more complicated. Before you know it, your bed is full of clothes you tried on, but just didn’t feel right wearing that day. The same goes for choosing your career path. Graduation is fast approaching and already you feel the pressure of picking the perfect first job. You want to make sure you choose the right one that will

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