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Career tips

Career tips
Rae Keinan

How to Write a Career Change Cover Letter

If you’re entering a new field, your resume will most likely represent your experience from your previous career — which might be irrelevant for your new job search. That’s where the cover letter comes into play!

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Career tips
Rachel Seitz

How to Deal With Career Burnout

What is career burnout, and what do you do when you’re too worn out at work to be productive and happy? We’ve got a few tips for how to deal with career burnout!

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Career tips
Laura Fitzpatrick

Top 6 Signs It’s Time for a Career Change

You spend about 40 hours/week at your job—so if you’re going to spend roughly ⅓ of your life doing something, you should be happy with it, right? Here are the top signs it’s time for a career change!

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Career tips
Rachel Seitz

9 Steps to a Stronger LinkedIn Profile

In 2017, LinkedIn reached 500 million users from over 200 countries—with more than 10 million active job posts and information on over 9 million companies. All of which means that, whether you’re a recent grad searching for an entry-level job in your field or a mid-career professional looking for a company switch, this site is a powerful tool.

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Career tips
Rachel Seitz

How to Negotiate Your Salary

As a general rule, negotiations are hard. Add to that the additional pressure of negotiating with your employer over your salary, and it can seem nearly impossible. So, whether you’ve just been hired or are asking for a raise, we’ve got seven pieces of advice just for you.

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Career tips
Rachel Seitz

9 Tips to Avoid Procrastination

We’ve all been there—you have a project you need to complete, and despite the logical part of your brain telling you it needs to get done, the rest wants to rewatch The Office or take a personality quiz about what type of cupcake matches your cat’s personality.

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