Tag Archives: coping with a new job

How to Get Your First Job

There are many great things that come with becoming an adult. You can get your driver’s licence, you can get your own apartment, and, in general, obtain more freedom. However, money is what makes the world go round, so before … Continue reading

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What Millennials Should Look For In An Employer

Since the term Millennial was first coined, so many unpleasant adjectives have come synonymous which, as a Millennial yourself, probably hurt you a little. These are words like lazy, overly ambitious, submissive, unprofessional and basically any other word that suggests … Continue reading

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You Have a Psychology Degree. What Next?

A degree in psychology gives you a wide range of skills, and can open the door to numerous careers. But if you have recently graduated it can leave you without a clue where to begin. For a career into psychology, … Continue reading

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Excellent Career Ideas For People Who Enjoy Driving

Have you always enjoyed driving long distances for those family vacations? Are you looking to change your career for something a little more interesting this year? Then finding a driving job could be the best decision you’ve ever made. I’m … Continue reading

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Reasons to Consider a Police Career

Ever consider a career as a police officer? Here are reasons you may want to. It’s Rewarding Serving in the police force is one of the most rewarding careers out there. People want a police job because they want to give something back … Continue reading

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How to Land a Job Right After College: a guest post

The following guest post was sent to me by an associate of the author. I agreed to run it because it contains some job-hunting basics that are worth remembering. Continue reading

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Millennials and job churn, when will employers get it?

It would be nice to see the negotiation pendulum swing back to workers sometime soon, it’s been on employers’ side ever since Ronald Reagan busted the air traffic controllers union in the 1980s. Continue reading

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