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  • What I wish I’d known when starting out in my career

    "Small daily frustrations can get pent up and suddenly explode at the least opportune moment," says Theresa Fox, president and CEO of DeStressify. "If we repress emotions, we get physical issues. If we express them, we may get relationship issues. Learn to release emotions in a healthier way with visualizations so you can get 'unstuck' without destructive behaviors."

  • You’ve made mistakes. Here’s how to approach your boss

    How to approach your boss with news about mistakes at work may depend on his communication and leadership style. If he's the analytical type, you may be able to cut straight to the chase, spell out the problem, offer up a range of solutions and get back to work. But if he's more collaborative, you may need to give more background on what happened and why, and then work with him to find a solution.

  • The strangest ways you've killed time at work

    How inventive are you when you waste time at work?

  • How to survive being in-between jobs

    Anger, relief and anxiety are just a few of the feelings I had the morning I received my termination notice. Granted, it was from a job whose shelf life had expired many years before—one of my predecessors had called it a "stepping-stone" position—but it was still a shock.

  • Missing some qualifications? You can still get the job

    "Being extremely prepared on the company, its competition and the key issues the business faces can set a candidate apart from the rest. Showing your understanding [of] the business challenges and where they have exceled reinforces your knowledge and research skills to understand their priorities."

  • 5 unconventional ways to grow your professional network

    Try stepping outside your usual roster of groups and events to grow your professional circle even wider. In fact, you might form deep friendships, which can easily turn into valuable business contacts, with these five unconventional approaches to networking:

  • How well protected is your workplace?

    Still, the survey shows that some security threats are more concerning to workers than others. Fires, floods and other similar disasters are low on most workers' radars, with 85 percent saying their workplace is well protected against such physical threats. Similarly, 83 percent say the same about weather-related threats.

  • Post, tweet, pin, follow: How social media can help – and hurt – the job hunt

    Depending on what hiring managers find, candidates' online information can help or hurt their odds of getting a job. Forty-eight percent of hiring managers who screen candidates via social networks said they've found information that caused them not to hire a candidate – down slightly from 51 percent last year.

  • Five steps to perfect your elevator pitch

    "Keep all content in the pitch related to the target role and industry," says Adrienne Tom, resume writer and employment strategist with Career Impressions. "Telling people about your personal life in your elevator pitch is a waste of time as well as a lost opportunity to focus on how your value proposition aligns with the employer's needs."

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