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Making an Exit: How to Quit Your Job with Finesse
Choosing to quit a job to start a new one is a situation that almost every professional must deal with at one time or another. Whether you're a newbie who just can't stand the job or a veteran who is moving on to bigger and better things, your exit always defines your character, and it must be handled very carefully.
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Interviewing the Employer
Of course job candidates are supposed to let employers take the lead during job interviews, but it's also very important to have some questions of your own prepared when the employer utters the fateful line 'Do you have any questions?'
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First-Week Words of Advice
Finally the day has come. You rocked your resume and cover letter. You aced the interview. Now you're hired, and it's your first week on the job. The hard part is over, right? Not so fast; don't get too cozy. Your first few weeks at a new job can be exciting, but you also need to learn the flow of the workplace and make some lasting impressions. Here are a few things to remember during that crucial first month.
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Interactions with Potential Employers
It never ceases to amaze me how clueless some people are when it comes to leaving impressions on employers before they meet them. Any interaction with an employer before the interview is part of the interview. By this I mean you are being judged by every single thing you do and/or say. Duh, right? Well, this topic was inspired by an obviously out-of-touch job seeker who must be living under a rock somewhere in the Midwest. No offense to those of you in the Midwest who know what's up.
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How Not to Get a Job
This week's article is dedicated to a special friend of mine—well, not really. I'm being sarcastic. Let's call this 'friend' Gordon. Gordon went on a job interview very recently and managed to commit a variety of job interview crimes that I would not wish on anyone. Save yourself the time, energy, and humiliation by reading on to learn why Gordon will not be getting the job this time. By the way, this is a completely true story.
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Career Reality Check
We've all been there. You land the perfect job. It's exactly what you've been waiting for. But...there are a few drawbacks. The commute is horrible. The pay isn't that great. And your coworkers are rather cold.
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The Night Before
It's 10:00 p.m. on a Sunday night. You're just sitting down to watch TV with your significant other when it hits you. Dang it! You forgot that you have a job interview tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m. What a way to kill the night.
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Mind Your Manners!
An interview is the final destination in any job pursuit; we all know that. So when you walk in the door, there are several things that must be aligned, so to speak. Not to sound like your mother, but minding your manners is one of them.
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The Top Five Reasons You Need to Intern, Part Two
It's June now. Graduation season. And many grads are asking themselves that golden question:
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The Top Five Reasons You Need to Intern, Part One
It's June now. Graduation season. And many grads are asking themselves that golden question:
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