4 Tips for Managing Social Anxiety Disorder at Work

Work can be stressful no matter if you suffer from a mental health disorder or not. But if you’re someone who does deal with a mental health issue—such as social anxiety disorder—working can be extremely difficult, to say the least.

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5 Ways to Improve Your Work/Life Balance

You might think it’s impossible to be a great employee and grow your career without negatively affecting your work/life balance. But this isn’t true at all. Here are five tips for keeping your work/life balance in check while still working …

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Is unlimited PTO the new reality for Gen Zers?

Unlimited PTO (paid time off) has become more common for employees in recent years, providing an incentive for people to take certain jobs even if the salary might not meet the top of their requirements. Having the opportunity to take …

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The Different Types of Medical Careers – and Which One is Right for You

Introduction: Careers in Medicine

So, you’re interested in pursuing a medical degree! Whether you’re drawn to the fast-paced environment of emergency medicine, the intricacies of surgical procedures, the continuous care provided in family practice, or something else entirely, the medical …

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Executive Job Hunt: Dodge These 6 Common Mistakes

In the competitive landscape of today’s job market, landing an executive position requires more than just a stellar resume and impressive credentials. It demands a strategic approach and an acute awareness of common pitfalls that can derail your efforts. Whether you’re aiming …

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New overtime rule from U.S. Dept of Labor about to massively increase wages for new grads

Yesterday, the big news in the U.S. labor market was the prohibition of non-competes. Today, the news is even more substantial: four million (!) workers are going to see massive increases to their earnings if their employers continue to require them …

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20 Jobs That Require Travel and Pay Well

You’re not one to be chained to a desk all day. In fact, you want to see the world—or at least the world outside a standard corporate office. Well, here’s the surprising truth: there are plenty of traveling jobs that …

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Effective Leadership: Addressing Poor Employee Performance

Talking to employees when they are performing poorly at work can be tricky. You might avoid conflict by ignoring the issue and hoping for a change. Sometimes, you may decide to remove them from a project or assign them a …

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14 Jobs that Pay $200K a Year (or Close to It)

While loving your job and doing something you enjoy is important, so is paying the bills. And while you want a job that pays you enough to cover those expenses, you may want a salary that ensures you have a …

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6 Right Questions to Ask at Executive Job Interviews

It’s common to focus on the questions recruiters ask when preparing for an executive interview. You might research the company’s history, culture, and values to present yourself as the perfect candidate.

While knowing how to answer interview questions is vital, …

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