Another week of exciting new updates to share with the world! As always, we try to keep our finger on the pulse of the latest and most informative literature the world wide web has to offer. Here’s what we shared this week…
– Making a career change is one of the most stressful and thought through decisions in an adult professionals life. It ranks up there with buying a car or house, deciding to get married or when its right to have children. The only thing that seperates it from the aformentioned decisions is that your career (aka source of income) can drive those decisions one way or another due to their financial/emotional impact on your life. So if you’re looking to make a career change, here are 5 Helpful Tips that can help you make the best decision.
– There are many reasons why people made the decision to quit their jobs. Better opportunities, better pay, better outlook for advancement, the list goes on and on. However, for the most part, most of the reasons people quit their job can be summarized as this: Lifes Too Short
– If you’re like me, procrastination comes naturally. It’s something most modern day adults were raised to be professionals at. Heck, even the experts say it’s completely normal, but that’s not going to help get the job done any quicker. However, there’s one trick to the trade when it comes to getting the upper hand on procrastination and it might sound kind of funky to most people: Succeed By Eating The Frog. What does that mean you ask? The link above will provide some very interesting clarification.
– Abraham Lincoln once said, “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the ax.” The key to his success was preparation and the same goes for your dream job.
– If you’re going to take the time, energy and money to hire a new employee, why waste it on anything but the best your time, energy and money can buy you? Here are some tips on how to Hire Amazing People.
– It blows my mind that some people still have to be coached to NOT pull their phone out during an interview. Some adivce, however, is less than obvious for Younger Job Seekers.
– Wouldn’t the world be an awesome place if instead of looking for a job, a job looked for you? Well, it’s not as far fethced as you would thing. Becoming a Employer Magnet is actually very realistic if you know what you are doing.
– Finally, it looks like I have either broken the mold or missed the mark because I only shared 3 of the 10 Articles Recruiters Shared The Most This Week
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