How to Answer This Tricky Interview Question

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One of the trickiest questions you can face during an interview is this one: Why did you leave your last job? If your job search became a necessity because of something innocuous, like a move to a new city, you might find this question pretty easy to manage. However, if you left because you were… Read more »

Yes. A Temp Assignment Can Help You Land Your Dream Job!

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There are many misconceptions about temporary assignments, including that they can’t benefit your career. In reality, a temp assignment can provide you with a number of benefits, including avoiding lengthy gaps in employment, opportunities to enhance your skills, and chances to explore new fields or industries without a long-term commitment to each role. A temp… Read more »

No, These People Shouldn’t Be Your Career References

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When you are looking for a new job, it is practically a guarantee that you will need to provide the contact information for some career references. However, even if it is a certainty that you’ll be asked, figuring out who to include is a constant challenge. Not every person you could list as career references… Read more »

This Myth May Be Making You Unhappy at Work

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Nearly every person working today has certain expectations about their job. The most common is wanting to be compensated fairly for their contributions, a reasonable ask that tends to support higher levels of job satisfaction. However, certain expectations can actually be damaging, largely because they are not particularly realistic. One, in particular, can lead to… Read more »

A Better Way to Research a Company Before Your Interview

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If you want to impress a hiring manager during an interview, researching the company is a must. It allows you to inject tidbits into the conversation that showcase your interest in who the organization is, what it does, and the opportunity itself. Additionally, if you can learn about the hiring manager’s career and background, you… Read more »

Find Your Best Career Path This Year

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Most people know they need to find a career path, but that is usually easier said than done. After all, what seemed like an ideal choice initially may not actually be a great fit, or it may be difficult to translate your passions into a career. Luckily, it is possible to find your best career… Read more »

3 Ways to Find New Mississippi Jobs Today

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When you want to find new Mississippi jobs, figuring how to start your search can be difficult. After all, you have a lot of potential approaches, and some of them are better in specific circumstances. However, certain methods are usually better places to start. If you are looking for a new Mississippi jobs, here’s where you… Read more »

Want to Start Your New Job Off on The Right Foot? Read This!

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When you want to start your new job off on the right foot, that usually involves making a positive impression. As a new hire, you’ll spend much of your first few days meeting new people, including your coworkers, upper managers, and colleagues in different departments. While being introduced to so many new faces can be… Read more »

Sick of a Long, Cold Mississippi Commute? Find a Job Closer to You!

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If you ask professionals about their favorite part of the workday, their commute probably isn’t it. Often, getting to and from work is an inconvenience; time that most people would rather spend being productive, relaxing, or with their family. On average, Americans spend 26 minutes traveling to work. Then, they have to make the same… Read more »

Don’t Tell Them You’re the Right Candidate: Prove It!

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When you apply for a position, your primary goal is to showcase you’re the right candidate for the job. However, merely saying that you’re the best isn’t going to cut it. You need to go a step further and actually prove it to the hiring manager. Since most applicants are going to have similar technical… Read more »