Moving from one job to another is not a new trend invented by millennials. In fact, the generation of those millennials’ parents — born in the latter years of the baby boom — held an average of 12.3 jobs from ages 18 to 52, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.  But ultimately making…

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If you’ve ever felt like you’re stuck at work or that you’re not making any progress, you are not alone. In fact, according to Forbes, two-thirds of U.S. employees feel disengaged at work. What this means is staggering. With a U.S. labor force of 164.6 million in February 2020, before the pandemic, that’s nearly 110…

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Finding a job without a bachelors degree that pays well is getting harder, according to U.S. News & World Report. But there are plenty of relatively high-paying careers available, including jobs that don’t require a bachelor’s degree, and some only a high-school diploma. Candidates with two-year associate degrees, postsecondary non-degree certificates, and other degrees do…

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With millions of jobs affected by the global pandemic, you may have been forced to contemplate a career change. The thought of changing careers, however, can be overwhelming. Fear of the unknown could be holding you back from taking action. As creatures of habit, we tend to maintain the status quo for as long as…

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If you’re over 50 and are thinking about finding a new job or changing your career, you may have some apprehension. You may be worried about being seen as “overqualified” based on your years of experience or that you’re “not a good fit” if you worked in a different field. The good news is that…

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When you are out of work and your unemployment benefits have ended, the money in your bank account may quickly disappear. Since you still need to eat, pay bills, fund transportation to get to interviews and pay for the internet and data that you use in order to apply for jobs, it is necessary to…

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During the recent pandemic, employment dropped to a level as low as 51.3% of the adult population in the U.S. holding a job. While employment has rebounded somewhat, there are still a lot of people out of work. Luckily, there are new and evolving resources that can help connect employers to the right talent. At…

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If you’re trying to choose good references for a potential job, adding colleagues has always been common sense. But today the internet can complicate such simple choices. A reference who looks good on paper may not look that flattering online, possibly killing your chances of landing a job. Avoid the pitfalls of a poorly-planned list…

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If you’re among the millions of Americans who have found themselves without work during this unprecedented time, now could be an opportunity to reinvent yourself. As you begin a job search in what will probably be a highly-competitive market, a critical part of this process will be updating your resume. With this in mind, we’ve…

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