What Are Critical Thinking Skills?

In the workplace, we’re constantly bombarded with new information to sort through and find solutions. Employers want to hire people who are good at analyzing these facts and coming to rational conclusions — otherwise known as critical thinking skills. Critical …

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Interviewing for a Remote Job? Here’s What You Need to Know

Telecommuting, remote jobs, work-from-home positions … whatever you call them, you may have applied for an offsite position at some point during your job search. While the perks of a remote job may be obvious—no commute, flexible schedule, fewer co-worker …

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What Are Reasonable Accommodations at Work (and How to Request Them)?

Reasonable accommodations are adjustments to a hiring process, work environment, or job responsibilities so an employee with disabilities can apply for or perform their job. Depending on the type of disability, accommodations can look many different ways — from transcription services …

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How Volunteering Can Help You Advance Your Career

As someone interested in social impact, you’re probably excited about any and all opportunities to work with an organization that serves a cause or community you care about. Well, whether you’d like to learn more about a nonprofit, dip your …

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Career Change Ideas | How to Ease into Social-Impact Work

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Working in social impact can be an exciting and rewarding career opportunity. If you’re considering joining the sector and are wondering where your career aspirations may fit in, consider exploring your options by taking on a …

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Jobs for Recent College Graduates With No Experience

Jobs for Recent College Graduates With No Experience (Tips To Get a Job) was originally published on CareerBands

To begin the career, undoubtedly there are opportunities of jobs for college graduates with zero experience. Vacancies of entry-level jobs for college …

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Transferable Skills: The Key to Landing Your Dream Job

For many people, making a career switch might feel like you’re starting over from scratch. But that’s not true: You have transferable skills. “Most job seekers think the skills they use for their current job only translate for that particular …

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What Is Professional Development (and Why Does It Matter)?

School may be over, but learning is a lifelong process, especially if you want to move up the career ladder. Professional development plays a huge role in helping you advance in your chosen career. But what is professional development, and …

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10 Top Remote Jobs for College Students

The college student who survives on pizza and ramen isn’t necessarily a stereotype. For some students, loans and scholarships aren’t always enough. And while working part-time throughout the college years is fairly common, you may not have reliable transportation to …

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Ask Alexis | Should I List an Unrelated Job on My Resume?

Hello Ask Alexis,

For about eight months after leaving my social services job, I took a transitional, non-career-related position. I was wondering if is best to list this job on my resume or leave it out and explain the gap …

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