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The Perks of Having Millennials in the Workplace

Perks of Having Millennials in the Workplace

Most of the millennials are now safely engulfed in the working world. In fact, millennials make up a majority of the US workforce and by 2020, Gen Y is expected to form 50% of the global share. If you aren’t aware, millennials have had their lion’s share of a bad reputation since they have come of age. Considered […]

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These are the Soft Skills Employers Were Looking for in 2017 (That You’ll Want to Master for 2018)

Landing a job doesn’t necessarily depend on writing an impeccable resume and having experience in the industry. The true art of recruiting is based on finding the individuals that are a perfect fit for an organization, depending on their soft skills. Namely, soft skills are an employees’ attribute-driven traits, such as their ability to manage their […]

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6 Top Tips to Help Pass Certification Exams

6 Top Tips to Help Pass Certification Exams

As the current business and professional environment is so highly competitive, in order to succeed and gain attention, professionals need to develop specialized skills and experience, that will separate themselves from others in the same market space. The best way to showcase these is to pass certification exams in the relevant fields. While school and […]

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5 Reasons You Should Continue Job Hunting During the Holiday Season

5 Reasons You Should Continue Job Hunting During the Holiday Season

Are you currently looking for a new job? Do you think it is a waste to do so during the holiday season? If you have decided to halt your job search efforts because Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and New Year’s Eve are around the corner, you‘ve got it all wrong. While many job seekers think that […]

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5 Nonverbal Mistakes to Avoid During Your Job Interview

5 Nonverbal Mistakes to Avoid During Your Job Interview

You may think that the most vital part of a job interview is the content of your answers. This is indeed true, but you should focus on the verbal and nonverbal interaction with your employer as well. In today’s post, we will focus on nonverbal mistakes and how to avoid them during an interview. Through the […]

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5 Tips To Help You Propel Your Sales Career

5 Tips To Help You Propel Your Sales Career

Salespeople are a very important part of the business world. They sustain businesses. In fact, businesses can be a lot more profitable if their sales teams are willing to go the extra mile and customize the funnel for each customer. That’s why, 50% of the sales go to the vendor that responds well. Customers want someone […]

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Infographic: 12 Ways That Music Makes You More Productive At Work

If you love listening to music at work, especially if you have an office job, it’s hard to sell the benefits to a colleague who never listens to music during work hours. In most offices there is a definite camp of music lovers and those who choose not to partake. It’s not an age thing […]

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10 Books Every Entrepreneur Needs to Read

10 Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read

Books written by the world’s best and brightest offer readers the chance to absorb their knowledge, learn from other businesses, broaden their views, and challenge ideas. It’s not surprising then, that some of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs are avid readers. Coming across a book which you find motivating, inspiring and insightful can shape your […]

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Are People Who Read a Lot More Successful at Work?

Are People Who Read a Lot More Successful at Work_

Most of our upbringing we were taught the importance of reading; be it from our parents or school teachers. It has become a part of our identity, but as time goes by and the responsibilities of adult life creep in, many of us stopped reading much. With social media and technology taking over our lives, it’s a wonder […]

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3 Reasons Why the Holidays are a Good Time to Job Search

3 Reasons Why the Holidays are a Good Time to Job Search

We are just around the corner from the holidays…. Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukah, New Years – they are coming. Many job seekers believe that the holidays are a terrible time to job search. Why? They feel that people are too busy with the festivities or are away on vacation or maybe just checked out with the […]

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