Tag Archives: work

Do you *really* need to quit your #job?

Okay, I know the drill – you’re not all that keen on your job. Maybe there are changes going on that feel like they’re holding you back. The promotion you expected didn’t happen – and worse, the people you thought … Continue reading

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Awesome on purpose

This is one of the magnets I have on my refrigerator. A birthday present from my partner, a few years back. And it’s true. People strive to be cool. They struggle for it, they ache for it, they build their … Continue reading

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I’ll have a cookie – for a change

It’s Thursday night. For some strange reason, it’s been a long week. Perhaps because we’re nearly 2 weeks into the new year, and I feel like I’m still catching up with what I missed during the week I had off … Continue reading

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Job Searching – The Opportunities

So, yes, job searching is stressful. Nobody likes to get laid off. And even if you can’t stand where you’re working, or you’re going after your dream that suddenly looks like it’s within reach, starting a job search actually takes … Continue reading

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Sharing: A job called Job Searching

The article is an insight to the professional emotions and skills a person exhibit during job search. Interestingly, the person does not get any regular compensation or regular motivation for doing so. via A job called Job Search — nocaptionblog

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Shared: Post Grad Job Search: What if Passion Just Doesn’t Cut it?

The whole “find your passion and make it earn money for you” approach is, in my opinion, severely mis-guided… and also promoted by people who are sheltered in certain environments, and haven’t been on the real-world job scene for quite … Continue reading

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Shared: What really happens during the background check stage of the interview process

It’s unlikely that an organization is going to initiate this step unless it’s pretty certain you’re the best person for the job. via What really happens during the background check stage of the interview process — USA TODAY College

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