Feeling the Work From Home Burnout?

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Back in 2015, Deloitte produced a workplace burnout survey that found 77% of respondents experienced burnout at their current job. Their findings suggested that burnout happened regardless of passion for the job and that companies aren’t doing enough to prevent burnout in everyday company culture. A few years from now, it’s likely that burnout surveys… Read more »

Turn Your Job Rejection into a Positive

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Getting through to the interview stage is a huge accomplishment in itself. Yet, when we get a post-interview rejection letter, it stings so much more than the cursory note accompanying an initial rejection. Everyone eventually loses out on a job they felt they were perfect for. The trick to getting the next job is to… Read more »

Certifications You Need to Make Your IT Resume Stand Out

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You have the degree and the experience, but you can’t seem to get an interview for the jobs you’re most excited about. While matching candidates with employers is a delicate balance, sometimes the issue isn’t compatibility but competitiveness. IT certifications can help your resume stand out from the crowd, but what programs are worth your… Read more »

New Year, New Professional Goals

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On January 1, 2020, we went out and set goals that ranged from easy to unrealistic. By the end of March, many of those goals veered from unrealistic to downright ludicrous. The rule of 2020 was simply to survive. As we orient ourselves to the new normal and start to see the light at the… Read more »

How to Find Permanent Remote Roles

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Remote work quickly became the norm in the age of COVID. As 2020 draws to a close, though, more businesses are beginning to plan their return to work strategy. While some people are excited to be back into a routine that includes coffee, a commute, and coworkers, others found that they work much better in an at-home… Read more »

Why You Should Always Pick Up the Phone When a Recruiter Calls

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When you get an email or cold call from a recruiter, most people who aren’t in the market for a job will ignore it, maybe sending it to voicemail or a junk folder. But answering these communications can be a good thing no matter where you are in your career. Here’s why:   Unexpected dream job:… Read more »

7 Signs It’s Time to Look for a New Job

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Deciding to look for a new job can be stressful, so it’s important to figure out if it’s the right move first. How do you know when it’s time to move on and start the search for something new? Here are some signs that it might be time to dust off your resume and start job… Read more »

How Can I Stay Relevant in an Ever-Changing Tech Environment

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Technology continues to accelerate and both businesses and individual employees need to state engaged with the trends in innovation. An understanding of a constantly changing, growing, evolving technology landscape makes sure that businesses stay competitive and that employees can continue to make relevant contributions to the business. Disruption and change tend to be the norm, and… Read more »

Determining Your Professional Worth

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Do you ever wonder if you’re being paid a fair salary? How can you tell if you’re being paid what you’re “worth”? What does “worth” even mean in a career context? Here’s what to know about determining your professional worth.   What We Mean By Worth   Salary.com refers to professional worth by saying, “Your paycheck is the revenue generated… Read more »

What To Do If You Feel Stuck in Your Career

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No matter how much you love your company or are passionate about your profession, it’s easy to feel stuck in your career for any number of reasons. Whether it’s that you don’t feel challenged in your current role or you don’t feel there are opportunities for you in your company or you are bored of your routine,… Read more »