4 Tips For Calming Your Nerves Before a Job Interview

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You have a big job interview coming up, and just thinking about it gives you anxiety. This position checks all your boxes, so you want to make a great impression. First of all, feeling nervous about a job interview is completely normal. Most people get a bit uncomfortable in the hot seat, so you’re certainly… Read more »

Learn How to Handle Stress While Working During COVID-19

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No doubt about it, 2020 has been one of the most stressful years most people have faced. The COVID-19 pandemic has turned normal life upside down, which has been challenging. Whether you’re currently working from home or are back at the office, trying to cope with the constant unrest and all the changes it has… Read more »

How to Successfully Network During The Pandemic

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You’re an ambitious person who understands the importance of networking. Therefore, you’ve been a bit stumped about how to handle this during the COVID-19 crisis. In-person networking events are not safe right now, so professionals have been forced to get creative. Here are a few tips to help you safely schmooze during this global health… Read more »

Moving Up — How to Become a Warehouse Supervisor

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You enjoy working in a warehouse environment. The camaraderie with your peers, ability to work with your hands and the satisfaction of a hard day’s labor truly fulfill you — but you’re ready to take it up a notch. Management is something that really interests you, and now that you have at least a few… Read more »

Why You Should Choose a Night Shift Position

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If you’re like many people, you’ve never seriously considered working the third shift — i.e., roughly midnight to 8 a.m. However, these work hours offer many benefits you might not realize. Giving this shift a try will be an adjustment at first, but it might change your life for the better. Here’s a look at… Read more »

The Value of Taking a Temp Job During a Time of Uncertainty

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Over the past several months, the COVID-19 pandemic has led to unprecedented unemployment rates. As of July 2020, the unemployment rate is 10.2%, and things probably won’t get back to normal for a while.   If you were laid off, this will likely make finding a permanent new role a bit more challenging than usual, so consider seeking temporary opportunities. Here are a… Read more »

Remote Worker Now? How To Find Your Groove

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As a safety measure, your employer has you working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic. You’re grateful for the ability to stay home, but you’ve had a bit of trouble getting into a rhythm.  This is a huge adjustment, so it’s only natural to have some kinks to work out. Here’s some advice to help you get more comfortable with this… Read more »

What to Do If You Are Nervous About Returning to Work

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When COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic, your employer sent you home, and you haven’t been back to the workplace since. Whether you’ve been collecting unemployment or working remotely, you’ve been grateful to stay safe at home during this unrest. However, you’ve recently been called back to work. You’re extremely anxious about this, because you… Read more »

Laid Off? Now is the Time to Begin Working — Here’s Why

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Like millions of Americans, you lost your job to the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks to unemployment and the CARES Act, you’ve been able to stay afloat — and perhaps even collect a bit more than you were making at your job. However, it’s time to start thinking about heading back to the grind. No doubt, you… Read more »

Learn How to Keep a Productive Work-Life Balance

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If you’re like millions of Americans, you’ve been working from home since the COVID-19 pandemic changed life as we know it. You’re grateful to have the ability to continue working from your home’s comforts safely, but doing so isn’t always easy, especially if you have children. Chances are, your kids are home with you 24/7,… Read more »