6 Tips to Stand Out and Land a New Job During the “Great Resignation” (Because You’re Not the Only One Looking!)

The pandemic changed so much about how we work that it probably inspired you to rethink your work-life priorities. Maybe you realized that you’re burnt out, that working from home is your ideal setup, or that you just dislike your …

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How to Answer the ‘Failure’ and ‘Success’ Interview Questions

When you tell compelling stories in interviews, you create connections with your interviewers in ways that just listing your accomplishments (no matter how extraordinary) can never do. Stories connect people to each other because our brains love to follow stories. …

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How to Network Internally—and Why It’s the People You Already Know Who Matter Most

When you think of networking, you might envision a room full of people who don't know each other, making small talk, sipping cocktails, exchanging business cards, hoping to eventually making long-lasting connections. But networking can be much more than that. While networking …

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The (Simple) Guidelines You Should Follow When Naming Your Resume and Cover Letter Files

When you’re first creating a document—even an important one like your resume or cover letter—you might give it a placeholder file name while you’re working on it. So if you’re job searching, you probably have at least one document named …

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10 Jobs That Are Great for Sociology Majors (Plus Expert Advice on How to Land One)

Sociology is one of those majors with no set path after graduation, which can be scary as you’re planning to enter the workforce for the first time. The trade-off is that you’ll actually have a lot of flexibility in what …

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The New World Order: Jobs For A Post-Pandemic Future

There is much talk currently about the future of work following the COVID-19 pandemic with a predicted global recession and period of economic turmoil. Working remotely, the digital economy, gig workers’ rights and virtual offices are inevitably going to feature more in everyone’s life, but which are the …

By Kyle Whitehouse
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What is Ableism? | Confronting Ableism in the Workplace

Despite the significant number of people living with disability across the U.S.—and the world at large—widespread misconceptions about disability can cause ableist language and behavior to proliferate. 

But what is ableism, and how does it play out in the …

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How to Prepare for Common Interview Questions

Are you looking for a new job? This article will help prepare you for what questions may be asked throughout the recruitment process.

Pre-Interview Questions

Many of the questions you’ll be asked as a job hunter happen before you even …

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How to Make a Good First Impression in a New Remote Job

Thanks to a resurgence of Covid-19 outbreaks due to the delta variant, millions of employees across the world will not be returning to in-office work as soon as predicted—and some are just fine with that. After working remotely during the pandemic, many …

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What is Ethical Hacking? Everything You Need to Know About Ethical Hacking—With Examples

While hacking is ordinarily considered an illegal activity, ethical hacking involves companies hiring highly trained cybersecurity experts for the express purpose of infiltrating their computer networks, systems and web applications. The logic behind these simulated cyberattacks is that they enable …

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