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Problem-Solving: The Solution-Based Method

If you’re like most people, you have no shortage of problems waiting to be solved. And as you try to solve them, you talk, talk, talk about it. There’s something very satisfying about understanding the problem, its causes, and what will fix it. The more we consider, discuss, and come up with ideas on how to solve it, the more we become experts on the problem…

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Want a Job Fast? Pursue a Career Where Demand Outweighs Supply

Instead of worrying about getting a job, what if you had so many offers, you had trouble deciding which one to accept? What if rather than desperately job hunting after college graduation, you secured a job before you even had a diploma? What if a company wanted your talent so badly they upped the ante with sign-on bonuses and extra benefits?…

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Expert Job Search Advice for Introverts

Shy. Awkward. Dislikes people. Indifferent. Being an introvert comes with a lot of negative connotations.   Introversion is commonly misunderstood, particularly by those who are not introverts. Extroverts are energized by being busy with high-intensity activities. They thrive having a full professional and social calendar. For introverts, these situations drain energy, rather than fuel it….

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Juggling the Job Search While You’re Still Employed

Whether you’re looking to make a career change or simply craving a new experience, looking for a job while you’re still employed can be a tricky endeavor. While most career experts would tell you to start your search while you still have a job, it’s important to approach the situation carefully. Using your professional network…