Month: January 2017

Job Tips 2017- 8 Career Success Stories to Inspire Job Seekers

If your #1 goal in 2017 is to find a new job or make a career change, dreaming and wishing isn’t enough. Any successful job seeker will tell you its hard work and won’t happen overnight. Need some motivation? Here are 8 real career success stories to inspire you and other job seekers. 1.) From Teacher to Writer: Geoff’s Career Success Story For most, the process of locating a new job is as much an emotional experience as a financial one. Rejection is going to happen, and it’s very difficult not to take it personally. Geoff knows this all...

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Can I be one Myers-Briggs® type at home and another at work?

Hello folks! I’m Edythe, and I’m a career counselor and Myers-Briggs Master practitioner. One of the most common questions I hear pertains to Myers-Briggs types changing in different environments, or in different times in one’s life. Today’s question comes from Christine. She asks, “Can I be one Myers-Briggs Type at home and another one at work?” Can I be one Myers-Briggs® type at home and another at work? According to most personality type theories, your individual type is inborn and does not change. However, you can AND should develop traits and habits that differ or even directly contradict the...

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How Social Accounts Impact Job Candidacy – Infographic

Your education, work experience, resume: they’re all making a big impact on your job candidacy, right? But guess what else is likely to help—or-hurt in the hunt for a job? Your social media profiles. Your friends and family aren’t the only ones who check you out without your knowledge. Potential employers, of course, do that too. And if they see something they don’t like, they may take you out of the running for a job that you really want. One option, of course, is to delete your social media presence. There are other options, too. This graphic can work...

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Workplace Dangers: Tips for Job Seekers

Searching for a job is hard work. You send out endless resumes, make constant updates to your online job profiles, and live in ever-present anticipation of that next phone call. The nervous mental space of the job seeker can make you desperate to take any job, leading you to forget some important things. Safety, for instance. It’s essential for your long-term well-being that you keep potential hazards in mind when applying for work. Your job is supposed to support your life, not destroy it. When looking for work, be aware of the following dangers that can go hand-in-hand with...

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