Author Archives: John N. Frank

The great resignation — a major shift is happening in the American workforce

You’ve likely already heard about the great resignation — Covid is causing millions of people to say enough of dead-end, low-paying, high-stress jobs. The employment market is shifting more dramatically than it has at any time since World War II … Continue reading

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No Stethoscope? No Problem! Getting Into Healthcare Without Experience

Changing careers when we don’t have any experience is one of those difficult obstacles we need to jump over. And when we are looking to work in the healthcare industry, it can be one of the most rewarding career paths … Continue reading

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Tips For Preparing For A Job Interview

Job hunting can be a real slog and something that no one enjoys. This is why, if you manage to get through and secure a job interview, you want to make sure it goes as well as it possibly can. … Continue reading

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How to Find a Job When You’re 65 or Older

Many seniors decide it’s best for them to continue working into their golden years as it provides them with a sense of purpose. Not to mention that it also improves financial security, mental stimulation, and social activity. Finding a job … Continue reading

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Online Interview Tips That Will Help You Get Your Dream Job During A Pandemic

Landing that dream job you’ve been painstakingly researching and waiting for to open up is nerve-wracking. Landing that dream job you’ve been painstakingly researching and waiting for to open up during a pandemic is frightening. Many businesses have taken a … Continue reading

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11 Ways to Prove Your Value at Work

Many professionals might say one of the most important skills to master is being able to prove your true value. In an interview for example, you only a few minutes to connect your skills and experience to the role’s bottom … Continue reading

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Essential Things To Think About When Running A Small Business

Running a small business can be exciting, rewarding but also daunting and stressful at the same time. Small business owners are renowned for wearing many hats and having to juggle several different jobs at once. However, there are some essentials … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Redesign Your Home Office to Increase Productivity at Work

Photo Credit: Unsplash If you’re working from home, chances are you’ll be spending a lot of time at your desk. How your home office is organised will affect your productivity, comfort and accomplishments. The following includes five tried and true … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Guide To Background Checks

If you’re applying for a job after graduation or thinking of switching careers, a potential employer may request a background check during the hiring process. A background check should ensure that the information you provided on the employer’s application is … Continue reading

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14 Things Millennials Needs to Consider Before Accepting a Job Offer

Finding a new job is stressful no matter what situation you’re in, from being laid off to willingly leaving your current position. After submitting numerous applications, you finally receive your offer—but is it a good fit? Don’t just take the … Continue reading

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