Career Advice

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 Quit Being Scared and Start Succeeding

Have you passed up job leads because you were too intimidated to talk to someone with the information you needed? Have you bombed on interviews simply because your own nerves sabotaged everything you intended on saying? Have you completely avoided applying for positions you are qualified for because you think the company is out of your league?

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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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Signs You Might Be A Workaholic

We all know a few lazy people who just seem like they will not get job, and when they get one, they can’t hold on to it. We know that this is not a wise way to live, but few people realize that working too much is also not a wise way to live.

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How to Know When You Should Quit a Job

Losing a job is a traumatizing event for most people. They would rather do anything other than be unemployed. However, sometimes, you might find yourself in a position in which you must initiate the job loss. Are there ever good times to quit a job?

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