Career Advice

During a Job Hunt This Skill Is More Important

Job Crown 9 October , 2019

You are in between jobs. You may be thinking that the most important thing right now is looking for the next job. Wrong! The most important thing you should be doing right now is budgeting, and looking for a new job. Learning how to stretch your money during a job loss is crucial to get you through till your next great job surfaces. 

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Myth or Fact - I Can Lose a Prospective Job Because of Social Media

Job Crown 13 September , 2019

When you begin a job search you will immediately discover that everyone has some advice for you. Your best friend, your parents, your relatives, even your unemployed neighbor will suddenly be sharing all their words of wisdom concerning the dark mysteries of the job search. You need to realize that there are a lot of job myths out there.

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What to Do When You Can't Get Along with Coworker

Job Crown 12 August , 2019

A wise person once said that you can choose your friends, but you can't choose your family. Your set of coworkers is almost like your family because you don't choose them. Someone else chooses them, and then you all get stuck together in the same building. If you're having trouble getting along with some of your coworkers, you can try these tips to make your days better.

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Should You Ever Decline A Promotion?

Job Crown 9 July , 2019

Most people automatically consider a job promotion a good thing, however, there are situations in which it would not be the best thing for you. Here are a few factors to consider when you are unsure about a job promotion.

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Should You Hide Your Tattoos When Interviewing?

Job Crown 10 June , 2019

Body art like tattoos are very common in this day and age. Still, when you’re going on a job interview, there’s the question of how modern your interviewer will be. Will they take offense at your tattoos, or will they not give them a second look? It’s one thing to get hired and then discover that tattoos must be covered. But if you haven’t even been hired yet, what’s the right thing to do?

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