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Strategy #1 for Finding a New Career – Self-Assessment

There’s a great deal of fear and pessimism going on in relation to people and their jobs today. I know many people who have either lost their jobs due to company lay-offs or perhaps just live in fear of losing …

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How to Adapt to the New Normal Based on Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type

Okay, so this year hasn't really gone according to plan. Those vacations, weddings, concerts, and social functions we planned have all been postponed a month. And then another month. And then a year. And now, we're not so sure when …

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What’s the ideal internship for your star sign?

When it’s time to transition from education to real-world applications of your training, there are many paths to take. It can be difficult to determine which internship format is right for you. If your identity is partially informed by the …

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Symba is the leading program management platform powering thousands of workforce development programs, including internships, bootcamps, apprenticeships, and more!
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Questions to Ask Yourself if You’re a College Student Trying to Pick a Career

College students are under a lot of pressure. There's pressure to do well academically, to network with peers, and to hold down a job with very little time to master it all. There's also the pressure of choosing a career …

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3 Ways to Use Twitter to Explore Careers and Job Options

Now that I have been sucked into Twitter, I am surprised to discover some valuable ways it can be used for career exploration. I admit to being skeptical in the past, but I am starting to change my mind.
Just …

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