JL training (diversity employment law)

Fall back vs. Spring Forward: Review Your Job Forecast

When you think of your job, is it full of sunshine with occasional showers? Or is it non-stop thunderstorms with lightning? I’m sure the answer varies depending on industry, rank and the professional.
by Joshlyn Ross
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Job Search: Faulty Preparation = Faulty Results

Landing a job during the harsh economic times we are facing may seem like a hard task to accomplish, but landing a good-paying, beneficial career in your prospective industry may seem like a feat that cannot be attained.
by Ronn Richardson
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New Resumé Rules for the Digital Age

The majority of us young professionals spend a great deal of time making sure our resume looks great.
by Joshlyn Ross
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5 Ways to Power

Have you ever wondered why most power buttons are in a circular shape?
by Joshlyn Ross
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Network

5 Reasons You Didn’t Get the Job

With the employment rate still at 9.5 percent in the United States, you may find yourself in the position of applying, interviewing, and still remaining jobless.
by Joshlyn Ross
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You’ve Got the Job… Now What?

Oftentimes, individuals work so hard to get their ideal position and once they’ve got it, they feel that the hard work is over. Think again.
by Joshlyn Ross
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Put It In Words

Book publishing has just become a lot easier for all of the aspiring authors out there.
by Joshlyn Ross
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gre prep

Master It: Is Graduate School a Must?

Statistically, people who graduate from a four-year institution have higher salaries than those who do not. There are exceptions to this rule, but college graduates are equipped with skills that will allow them to become financ...
by Joshlyn Ross
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Building Your Online Portfolio

Technology has become increasingly important not only for businesses, but for freelancers and entrepreneurs as well. 
by Joshlyn Ross
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