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Why You Should Update Your Resume As Part of Your Spring Cleaning

WHY YOU SHOULD UPDATE Your Resume AS Part of Your Spring Cleaning

As winter draws to an end, you may be considering a spring cleaning session—organizing your wardrobe, going through scattered papers, and getting rid of any other clutter that may have piled up over the months. There’s no better way to prepare for the season of new beginnings than letting the beauty of your home shine through.

But your home isn’t the only thing that should be given new life this spring: your resume needs some attention too! Here are all the reasons you should update your resume as part of your spring cleaning.

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How to Find Your Professional Confidence

How to Find Your Professional Confidence

A workplace is an environment that can foster great personal and professional growth, but it can also be a place where we all encounter significant feelings of self-doubt from time to time. Have you ever found yourself questioning whether you have the skills necessary to excel at a work project? Or held back speaking up in a meeting because you were not sure whether your ideas were worth sharing? Or failed to take a professional opportunity because you simply did not think you were good enough?

Let’s face it—we all have times when we doubt our abilities, but that doesn’t mean that those doubts can’t be overcome. Here are a few tips to help you boost your feelings of self-assurance in the workplace:

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How to Take a Leap to Another Career Path

How to Take a Leap to Another Career Path

Are you currently feeling unfulfilled by your current job? Do you feel like you’re not living up to your potential career-wise? If you answered yes to either of these questions, it might time to consider switching your career path. The idea of changing careers may seem like a big undertaking, but with the right guidance, it can be a lot less scary than you think. Here’s how to start taking a leap to another career path:

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Three Things You Should Never Sacrifice for Your Job

Three Things You Should Never Sacrifice for Your Job

For the majority of us, our jobs are a crucial part of our lives—one of the first things we talk about when we introduce ourselves to someone new is what we do for work. It can be incredibly rewarding to succeed in your job and achieve career goals you have set out for yourself.

However, it’s important to recognize when your job encroaches on other aspects of your life to the point where it starts taking a negative toll on your personal relationships or your health. Here are some things you should never sacrifice for your job:

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How to Dress to Impress for a Job Interview

How to Dress to Impress for a Job Interview

You went through the process of searching for a job, writing and sending a resume and cover letter, and now you landed an interview—congratulations! Now it’s time for what’s considered one of the hardest parts of the process: nailing the job interview. Of course it’s important to come to the interview knowing as much as you can about the company and being able to sell yourself, but it’s equally as important to make a great first impression when it comes to your outward appearance.

Here are a few tips to keep in mind when considering how to dress for your upcoming job interview:

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How to Spend Your Time When You’re in Between Jobs

How to spend your time when you’re in between jobs

Whether you’ve been laid off, your contract has ended, or you chose to leave a job, it’s important to make valuable use of your time in between jobs. While everyone’s priorities are unique to their situation, spending some time on personal development can really pay off in the long run. Here are some suggestions on how to spend your time when you’re in between jobs:

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How to Prepare for In-person Job Interviews Using the STAR Technique

How to Prepare for In-person Job Interviews Using the STAR Technique

Preparing for in-person job interviews can sometimes seem overwhelming. It can be challenging to predict which questions the interviewer will ask, how to respond without overselling yourself or sounding arrogant, and which anecdotes to give that are relevant.

If you want to succeed in an in-person job interview, prepare yourself by remembering the word STAR, which stands for Situation, Task, Action, and Result. The STAR technique will help you answer any behavioural questions you will be asked at the interview.

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