SKILLS DEVELOPMENT 08 October 2018
How to Determine If You Should Start a Side Hustle
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Dillon Chen

Finding a full-time job post college graduation can be a daunting task. Side hustling is a way to earn a supplemental income while developing new skills.
JOB HUNT 13 June 2018
7 Ways to Use Social Media in Your Job Search
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Lucy Benton
Editor
Social media is an important element in our lives. It opens up new doors and it helps us connect with different job agencies, employers, and recruiters. If you are looking for the perfect job for you, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter got your back. Most of the biggest companies nowadays use these influential online platforms to hire the right people.
CAREER 06 June 2018
Driving your Career
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Neetubala Raina
HR Professional
Driving your car is very similar to driving your career! Who doesn’t wish for a joyous drive? As you drive, you can choose different directions, gain various experiences, and visit beautiful landscapes. Sometimes you run into roadblocks, speed bumps, and you may even hit a dead end, but life moves on and so should your career.
CAREER 16 May 2018
5 Career Tips: Developing a Plan to Strengthen Your Credentials
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Ashley Lipman
Content Marketing Specialist
If you have vowed to make 2018 the year that you get a promotion, you need to strengthen your credentials. Are you new to your job? You have plenty of time to start moving in the right direction. You need to start asking the right questions then when you get the answers, you should follow through with the right actions.
WORKPLACE SUCCESS 11 May 2018
3 Ways To Implement Self-Care Into Your Work Schedule
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Isabella Ang
Marketer
Salt Lake City
I love self-care. In fact, I could preach self-care all day! I strongly believe that by practicing self-care in your personal life, you make all aspects of your life more successful and fulfilled. When it comes to self-care, most people surprisingly don’t implement it into their work week.
JOB HUNT 30 April 2018
Project Manager Cover Letter: Why You Need One to Get the Job
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Elizabeth Heron
Guest Poster
Cover letters are long past the time when they were additional or unnecessary to an application file. Today, recruiters read them closely and sometimes they select potential interviewers based on the cover letters. They make your resume look more human and might get you the job if compiled professionally. A project manager cover letter may decide whether you are called for an interview or your resume ends up in an unfriendly pile.
CAREER 20 March 2018
Making a Career Change? Here’s How to Craft Your Resume
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Tiffany Rowe
Marketing Administrator
If you want to make a career change, you’ll have to start with completely revamping your resume. Your new resume will need to showcase your skills in a way that applies them to the industry in which you hope to find your new job. You’ll just need to get creative in how you present them.
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JOB HUNT 27 March 2018
5 Hints on How to Write a LinkedIn Profile for Outreach Success
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Kevin Nelson

An interesting statistic reveals that 71% of professionals view LinkedIn as a credible site for professional content. It is, therefore, a popular social media platform for a professional network. The number of its registered accounts for continues to grow with every passing day. Whether you are job hunting, networking or gathering leads, having a professional LinkedIn profile that is eye-catching is an excellent idea to make sure that you are visible to the right people at the right time.
SKILLS DEVELOPMENT 18 July 2018
The Top 3 Behavioral Skills you should have
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Isabella Ang
Marketer
Salt Lake City
Having the right education and knowledge of a product is no longer enough to land you your dream position. Having the right set of behavior skills necessary to get the job done, is in higher demand than usual. With any job, there is a particular set of skills that are required to get the job done, and to get it done well. However, no matter what career field you are, they all share the requirement for certain behavioral skills.
JOB HUNT 20 June 2018
3 things that will make your Resume stand out
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Isabella Ang
Marketer
Salt Lake City
With our ever increasingly competitive workforce, in order to compete with others, you’re going to have to stand out! With your resume typically being the first thing recruiters look at, you have to find a way to make your resume be noticed among the hundreds of others they are getting.
WORKPLACE SUCCESS 27 February 2018
How to stay motivated when Working from Home
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Emily Campbell

Whether you’re a young professional or a little further into your career, the chances are high that you’ve had the opportunity to work from home at one point or another. Though working from home can be great, those who do it regularly know that it can be difficult to achieve maximum productivity due to the number of distractions that are often inevitable when you start working in the same place that you relax.
SKILLS DEVELOPMENT 23 May 2018
How to improve your Time Management Skills
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Isabella Ang
Marketer
Salt Lake City
I don’t know about you, but proper time management is something I struggle with in all aspects of my life. I find myself scrambling to get everything finished after realizing that I haven’t done anything that I’m supposed to do. The one aspect of my life I wish I was better at managing my time in is my professional life.
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JOB HUNT 05 February 2018
How to Write Your Millennial Resume That Stands out to Hiring Managers
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Christina Battons

Millennials seem to be having the hardest time when it comes to crafting their resumes so as to be noticed by recruiters. This is becoming especially more competitive in today’s job market, thus the need to write the best resume that one could possibly write. With the many graduates that are joining the job market in recent times, and the rate of new jobs coming up not meeting the demand, the job market is just not just what it used to be for the previous generations.
JOB HUNT 15 September 2017
10 Best Cities For Young Professionals Seeking Work-Life Balance
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Megan Wells

Among the 500-plus area in the United States for young professionals, we’ve taken data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Zillow, and Redfin to determine the top ten cities for young professionals that are looking for the ideal work-life balance. Stats such as average rent, unemployment, and walkability determine their rankings compared to other cities.
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CAREER 12 July 2017
How to Remain Optimistic During the Job Hunt
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Kelly Nguyen

Finding a job is hard, but staying optimistic while searching for a job can be even harder. It’s easy to get discouraged by rejections and lack of feedback, and can cause a lot of frustration and stress. We’ve all been there.
JOB HUNT 16 June 2017
Top 4 Soft Skills Job Seekers Are Missing
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Kelly Nguyen

However, your soft skills aren’t so great. Maybe you’re just not good at working with others or you just can’t take criticism very well. Regardless, there are a lot of different soft skills. But does having soft skills really make a difference on whether or not you can get the job?
CAREER 12 June 2017
Sleep and its Effects on Productivity
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Frank Apodaca

It is common knowledge that people who feel sleepy and sluggish during the day are not likely to be very productive. They will spend their days yawning instead of achieving the goals that they have set out for themselves.
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JOB HUNT 31 May 2017
How To Follow Up with Employers During The Recruitment Process
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Natalie Severt
Marketer
United States
Haven’t heard back from your hiring manager or recruiter? Following up with them to ask about their decision is somewhat of a catch-22 situation.
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JOB HUNT 29 May 2017
5 Tools to Make The Job Hunt Easier
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Sandra Rodgers
Marketer at CometDocs
Ontario, CA
Millennials have been looking for jobs for a while now, and statistics say that most people change jobs 10 to 15 times during their career. We’ve gathered 5 tools that will help you catch up, and land that big job you’ve been chasing
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SKILLS DEVELOPMENT 19 May 2017
Skills needed in 2017 to get a marketing job
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Dillon Chen

Looking to get a career in marketing? “Marketing” is a broad term that encompasses numerous job positions.
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JOB HUNT 26 April 2017
Top 5 Tech Careers in 2017
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Kelly Nguyen

If you’re a college grad or looking to change for a job in the field of technology, guess what – you’re in luck! Tech professionals are currently in high demand to fill open tech positions.
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JOB HUNT 26 April 2017
Breaking Down Tech: Top 5 Tech Careers in 2017
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Kelly Nguyen

If you’re a college grad or looking to change for a job in the field of technology, guess what – you’re in luck! Tech professionals are currently in high demand to fill open tech positions.
SKILLS DEVELOPMENT 12 October 2018
Top 5 Skills Needed to Succeed in B2B Sales
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Britta Greenhalgh
Marketing Assistant
B2B sales is a tough field to be in – especially for an unskilled salesperson. You need more than just a resume to be successful in this field.
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CAREER 17 April 2017
The Pros and Cons of Online and Remote Internships
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Kelly Nguyen

Internship season is among us and internships have become an important part of the job hunting process. You might be debating between a remote or onsite opportunity. Either way, we're seeing a reoccurring trend. Experience is no longer preferred but required.
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CAREER 10 April 2017
Thoughts and Tips from a Graduating Senior
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Kelly Nguyen

Sadly, there’s no instructional manual on how to make the most out of your college experience. Of course, no one will be there to hold your hand and lead you through your decisions, but there are some resources that can guide you.