Why You Should Apply for New Jobs Sometimes

Why You Should Look for a New Job
How long have you been at your job? If it’s been more than five years, have you taken the time to look for another job? Even if you’re content in your current company and position, you may want to look around. Over the last two years, my husband has applied for about 12 jobs and had interviews with six different companies. What he discovered made us realize there are several reasons why you should...
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Top 5 Jobs For Deaf And Hearing Impaired

Jobs For Deaf
Are you interested in top jobs for the deaf and hearing impaired? When I was given the assignment to write this piece (some are assigned, some are not) I felt a sense of trepidation. I firmly believe in the motto that has circulated around Hollywood and elsewhere regarding representation in culture; “It can’t be about us without us” is a mantra I live by, and this topic is no exception. Transparency...
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College Is Expensive. Is It Worth It?

college is expensive
I can tell you all about how expensive it is to go to college today, and I will because that’s the point of this blog post. But the bottom line is college is expensive, so when it comes down to it — is it worth it? How Expensive Is College, Really? Relatively speaking, I’m pretty well-educated. I went to college right after high school and got myself a Bachelors of Communication in Journalism,...
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Here Are Some Easy Ways to Improve Your Productivity at Work

I am constantly looking for ways to improve my productivity. Time is money, at least that’s what they tell me. There are countless ways to improve your productivity at work, but here are a few of my favorites — which are not so coincidentally easy to incorporate. Stop Multitasking I hate to break it to you, but you probably can’t multitask. Very few people have the actual ability to multitask,...
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Five Reasons You Should Never Burn Your Bridges on Any Job

Five Reasons You Should Never Burn Bridges at Any Job, career, employer
Just about everyone has had a job that they were desperate to leave, and had an overwhelming desire to take a pound of flesh out of their boss, management in general, or even one or more coworkers on the way out. But even though that may seem like the right course of action, it usually isn’t. If you can possibly avoid it, you should never burn your bridges on any job. Leaving a job on bad terms,...
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