The Perfect Three-Step Guide on What to Do After Meeting Someone

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Not everyone in the workforce today considers themselves and extrovert or even adept at networking. But even though networking may be essential for your career, it doesn’t change the fact that meeting new people can be a daunting task when you’re not prepared or equipped. For shy and introverted professionals, it can be downright terrifying….

5 Books for an Introverted Accountant

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If you’re introverted, you’ve probably spent a lot of your time retreating into the world of books. But this same escape can provide you with tools to be more confident in your accounting career. Books that help introverts thrive in business communities will give you an additional push to get you past hurdles in your…

Social Media Will Find Your Next Job

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The truth about today’s job market is that social media is not a passing fad. More and more job seekers are finding their next opportunity through social media. You may not know how to leverage your profiles or want to be public on the internet, but there are some things you need to have in…

You Had a Bad Job Interview. Now What?

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Not every interview will make you leave the office excited about a job offer. Whether it is red flags from the manager or your own mistakes, you may find yourself in the aftermath of a bad interview. What do you do to recover without letting your experience negatively affect the rest of your job search?…

4 Annoying Behaviors to Remove from Your Job Search

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You’re looking for a job. You may scour the online job postings or review social media to find the right opportunity for your next career move. But how you approach your job search is as important as the results. Are you engaging in behaviors that seem logical to you but are huge red flags for…

Why You Need to Be More Enthusiastic in Your Job Search

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Many people are surprised to find out that the best weapon a job seeker has is their attitude. Time and time again, recruiters and hiring managers talk to candidates who come across negatively or as though they are owed a job. Instead, the best way to approach an interview is by being enthusiastic about their…

What Should You Do after a Tough Nursing Shift?

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Nursing is practically a contact sport. But add to the physical challenges the emotional impact of healthcare, and it isn’t surprising that some shifts leave you feeling both mentally and physically drained. What should you do after one of these difficult shifts? There are a few ways to relax and recharge between touch shifts, and…

How Can a Paralegal Job Candidate Get Prior Experience?

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It’s the age old question. You’ve gone to school to improve your career opportunities but you can’t find a job in your new field without previous experience. What happens now? Becoming a paralegal isn’t a small feat, so you will certainly want to find a way to land that first paralegal job opportunity to use…

4 Tips to the Perfect Elevator Speech

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Have you heard of an elevator pitch? The idea became popular several years ago with a thought experiment that put you in an elevator with Oprah. If you only had 30 seconds to convey to her who you were, what would you say? You can apply an elevator speech to all aspects of your professional…