Career Advice

How to Deal With Job Description Changes During a Pandemic

Employer Match 15 July , 2020

Many employers have had to revise their workers' job descriptions to compensate for the changes in business because of the pandemic. That can be a tough transition for employees, along with the other stresses that working in a pandemic can bring. The following are three things you can do to cope with the changes as you're trying to survive through it. 

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Have You Considered - Becoming a Massage Therapist?

Employer Match 16 June , 2020

The popularity of massage therapy has grown substantially in the last several decades. What was once considered a fringe occupation, is now a thriving part of our workforce. Through the development of reputable massage therapy training centers and schools, massage therapy has lost the stigma of the past and is now considered a valid form of medical treatment, and a safe option for stress relief. If you love working with people and are interested in massage therapy, this could be a great career option for you. 

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5 Natural Career Moves From Being a Receptionist

Employer Match 14 May , 2020

If you currently work as a receptionist, chances are you’re setting your sights on a better job in the future. There’s nothing wrong with greeting customers and answering the phone, but you could easily make more money and get a higher title after you’ve paid your dues. Here are the most natural career moves after being a receptionist.

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Budgeting During COVID

Employer Match 21 April , 2020

The world certainly seems upside down right now, and that definitely includes your budget. If you have recently found yourself unemployed or working fewer hours than usual, you may be wondering how in the world you are going to make the ends meet. Here are three quick budgeting tips to remember during COVID. 

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5 Tips To Ace The Big Interview

Employer Match 10 March , 2020

You’ve found the position of your dreams or at least one that will pay the rent for a while, and you’ve been called in for an interview. It’s quite normal to feel some apprehension about the impending inquisition, but never fear, with a bit of preparation, and the right frame of mind, you can breeze through an interview with such an aura of professionalism and authority, they’ll have no choice but to hire you. Here are five tips to ace the interview.  

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