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U.N. Hails Nuclear as the Lowest Carbon Electricity Source

A new report by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) that examined the lifecycle carbon produced by all technologies suggests that nuclear power generates less carbon dioxide emissions over its lifecycle than any other electricity source. The UNECE found that nuclear has the lowest carbon footprint, measured in grams of carbon dioxide equivalent […]

How To Recover from Burnout at Work, Work Burnout, Stressed at Work

How to Recover from Burnout at Work

If you feel like you’ve been banging your head against a wall at work, you’re not alone. The pandemic has ushered in a whole new level of exhaustion among today’s workers. According to Indeed’s 2021 Employee Burnout Report, burnout is on the rise with more than half of workers saying they’re experiencing its effects. This […]

99% of Large Companies Use Resume-Scanning Software: Make Sure Yours Beats the Bots!

There’s never been a better time to apply for a new job. Following a pandemic-induced shock to the U.S. economy and near-record highs of unemployment, job openings and wages have soared in recent months, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Still, one hurdle is preventing many candidates from landing their dream job: applicant […]

The One Simple Thing Equated With Career Success That Few Will Do

If you ask the most successful and admired leaders the secret to their success, you might expect them to answer with a growth hack, a way to game the algorithm, or a shortcut guaranteed to take your business to the next level. But as they’ll likely tell you, their “overnight success” is rarely that. Instead, […]

6 Tips On How To Find Your Career Path

I believe there are two types of people when it comes to career paths: the ones who are constantly moving toward their goals and the ones who are moving past them. To fit in the first and more appealing category, one might consider developing a personalized career trajectory, which is a great way of mapping […]

11 Things That Should Never Be on Your Resume After 10 Years in the Field, According to Experts

A well-written resume should actually do more than just lay out your work history. “A resume should clearly articulate why you are the perfect fit for a position,” says certified professional resume writer and online profile expert Alana Henry of The Writique. “It should be targeted to the role and the industry, and provide relevant […]

How to Dress for a Job Interview

The way you present yourself is often the first impression you make with a hiring manager, so it is important to make an effort. “When done right, your look isn’t the first thing your prospective employer notices,” says Dena Giannini, the style director for British Vogue. “They just notice that you are polished and possess […]

Why the Spring Season is the Smart Time to Start Searching for a New Job

Springtime has always been a smart time to seek out a new job. It’s the season of rebirth and hope. There’s a lot to look forward to and after a rough year, we’re about to see a seismic shift in the job market… Last month’s job report showed that nearly one million Americans were hired. […]