Career Growth: Reaching The Peak of Your Career In a Declining Industry

Your career is finally taking off, and you have great potential, but unfortunately, your industry is declining. So, do you change careers by moving to an entirely unfamiliar field? Should you accept entry positions in other industries because you have …

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3 Ways to Check in on Your Co-Workers’ Mental Health

If there’s anything we learned working through the pandemic it’s that humans can acclimate to almost anything. Perhaps one of the most pervasive challenges we faced was the accompanying mental health fallout. According to this survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation, …

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Women in Tech: History, Statistics, and Stories

Women in tech careers have been advancing science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) for ages. With women’s insights and hard work, the world has grown into a technological marvel early STEM pioneers could only dream of. 

However, women’s existence in …

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13 New Companies to Explore on The Muse

Here at The Muse, we’re committed to helping job seekers make career moves that align with their unique goals and needs. That’s why we’re always sharing new companies (with all their available openings)—including this fresh list of employers.

You’ll …

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7 Market Trends and the Opportunities They Create For You

The job market is continually changing, and it’s important to keep track of it if you are looking for new opportunities. Companies are adopting new tech and changing how they find and hire employees. The skills requirements for jobs also …

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These 15 East Coast–Based Companies Are Hiring Now

When you’re trying to land a new job, there are plenty of important factors to consider, like the location of the company. If you have to report to a physical office, how long is the commute? And if you’re searching …

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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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What skills are becoming increasingly important to employers of accounting and other math-related majors?

At College Recruiter, we’ve seen a huge shift over the past couple of years by large accounting and consulting firms, Fortune 1,000 companies, and federal government agencies to hiring students and recent graduates based more upon their soft than hard skills.

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