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March, 2010

  • How to be a Good Employee

    It sounds like a no brainer, don’t do this, do that, etc. But many employees fail to see the negative traits they expose on a daily basis. They show up late, they gossip and they complain about the amount of...

  • Getting the Salary you Deserve

    Everyone wants to make more money. But how do you go about getting a raise?

    Timing is everything. You need to become familiar with your company. Don’t ask for a raise when your company is suffering. Don’t catch your boss...

  • How Employers Choose Their Applicants

    Wondering how employers choose their applicants and what they are really looking for in a candidate? Here is the 411 on landing a job from someone who has been in the position of hiring for years.

    First and foremost make...

  • How to Overcome the Fear of Interviews and Land a Job!

    There are many things you can do to manage the stress and fear that goes along with a job interview. If you prepare wisely and remain calm, you will do great! Here are some tips that can help you make...

  • Managing Stress in the Workplace

    Stress and anxiety comes at us unflinchingly from all different places. Meetings, coworkers, phone calls and that presentation you’ve been dreading, can all weigh you down with stress.

    Here are three things you can do to help you manage your...

  • Financial Tips for Job Seekers

    (ARA) - Losing your job is tough. But in the midst of a recession, rebounding and finding new employment is even harder. While uncertainty and doubt may overwhelm you, job loss can be an opportunity to reevaluate your career, take...

  • Mapping Out Your Career Plan

    All people who have successful careers started in the same place you are at now: the beginning. You may be feeling lost or confused as to how you will get a job, but know that it will happen if...

  • How Much Education Do I Really Need?

    After finally graduating from high school, it can be daunting to consider two to four more years of education. It is more tests, homework, and classroom lectures. Not to mention, classes and books are expensive. These conditions may lead you...

  • Choosing a Major

    Whatever your talents or interests there is a major to match you. Choosing the right major will prepare you for the workforce. You will learn valuable skills necessary to succeed in your career.

    The sooner you find the right major the...