Category Archives: Tip

Recruiters Decide if You’ll Be a Good Hire Within Seconds – These 4 Things Will Help You Stand Out

A year into the Great Resignation, the fight to hire workers is as competitive as ever. Some recruiters have thrown out big pay raises, signing bonuses, incredible perks and gone to the extreme to close new job offers as quickly as possible. As employers go into hiring overdrive, CNBC Make It spoke with a handful […]

10 Ways to Overcome Ageism While Job Hunting During Retirement

It’s never too late to start a new job. It’s estimated that, on average, a typical American worker now has more than ten jobs over the course of their lifetime. But unfortunately, whether you’re inspired to enter a new field or want a new job after you retire, one of the biggest obstacles to re-entering the workforce can […]

Stand Out from Fellow Applicants During the Job Search & Interview Process!

When you’re filling out online job applications or emailing hiring managers, it can sometimes feel like you’re sending your information out into a black hole. With so many other qualified candidates, you may not know whether or not you’ll hear back from anyone. However, you can improve your chances with the right strategies. There are […]

6 Simple but Crucial Things You Must Do in your First 3 Months on the Job

The world has changed dramatically in two short years, leading many of us to pause and reset. If you’re like the millions of employees who left their companies to pursue something different, you might have gotten a bit more than you bargained for.  You may have only met your team on video and be feeling […]

10 Best Job Search Tips for the Graduating Class

May is the height of graduation season. And between high school and college, the job search market will be saturated with plenty of newly minted graduates. If you’re one of them, you might be worried about how to conduct an effective job search that lands you the right role as quickly as possible. We’ve got […]

5 Things You Need To Stop Doing To Instantly Boost Your Career

In a quest for career advancement, you may be focused on cultivating new habits and routines, adding in time for professional development activities. But equally important is removing the behaviors that unknowingly prevent your progress. Here are five things to stop doing to instantly boost your career: 01. Telling Yourself Negative Stories The stories we […]

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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 […]

Distracted? Here Are 3 Science-Based Secrets To Stay Focused When Working From Home

Remote working is here to stay, but there’s a stumbling block for unwary employees stepping into this brave new world. Working from home leaves you with no externally-imposed structure for a day. No visual cues from fellow office workers about what to do next. And greater liberty can mean it’s easier to get distracted by […]

5 Must-Have Skills For Remote Work

Remote work is here to stay for the foreseeable future. With many companies announcing the extension of their work from home policies through at least the end of the year, it’s clear that this isn’t just a trend. To succeed and thrive in a remote work environment, both employees and leaders need to focus on […]