Career Advice

How to Last on Your Job for Many Years

A long time ago, staying at a job for 20 years was commonplace. Nowadays, the average amount of time people stay on their jobs is under five years. Long-term employment requires a deep sense of dedication and commitment. It can be hard to maintain such high levels, but here are some things you can do to help.

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How to Study for a New Career While Working Full-Time

Studying for a new career while holding down a full-time job may sound impossible, but it can be done. Here are some tips to get you started on the right path.

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How to Turn Your Passion Into a Business

If you are looking for a job or looking for a way to make a side income, the answer could be closer than you think. Millions of people have taken their own personal passions and created profitable businesses based on that alone. Maybe waiting around for someone to follow up on an application is not the route for you. Do you have a passion that could make some money? Here are a few questions to help you evaluate if your passion has business potential.

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4 Overlooked Benefits Of Working In An Office

At some point in the 20th century, a majority of the workforce moved into offices. Ever since then there has been an ongoing debate about the pros and cons of being an office worker, and many attempts to improve the workplace to increase productivity and employee happiness. Some dream of working from home or in exotic locales as a digital nomad.

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How to Handle a Conflict With Your Superior

There may come a time during your career when you have to face a conflict with your superior. This person may be your shift leader, direct supervisor or someone who is above that person. The following are three tips for working your way through the conflict.

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