Missing Your Old Job? 5 Tips for Asking for Your Old Job Back

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In most cases, when you leave a job, you have little interest in returning. However, that isn’t universally the case. Maybe you left for the wrong reasons, miss your colleagues and duties, or are finally able to return to the workforce after the pandemic. Regardless of your reasoning, asking for your old job back isn’t… Read more »

The Truth Behind Temp Work: 5 Myths That Could Be Holding You Back

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When it comes to the world of temp work, there is a lot of misinformation floating around. Certain myths lead many professionals to avoid potentially career-boosting opportunities, all because of their “temporary” status. By understanding the truth, you can see the benefits of pursuing temporary positions. Here is a look at some of the most… Read more »

Do Passion and Work Go Hand-in-Hand in IT?

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  For most people, working is a fundamental part of life. It provides you with a salary, benefits and perks, allowing you to manage your daily responsibilities outside of the workplace. But not everyone is inherently passionate about their career, even if they enjoy their work. However, most people have hobbies or interests outside of… Read more »

Social Media 101: Make Friends, Not Fans in Recruiting Efforts

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For recruiting and HR managers today, social media has become a necessary resource. However, not everyone uses it in the right manner. In terms of what recruiting is all about, consider just how social it is – prior to the advent of sites like LinkedIn and Facebook, social activities included talking to others in person,… Read more »

What Will Employers Find If They “Google” You? How Can You Control This?

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If you did a Google search of yourself right now, what would you find? You might find photos of yourself on your MySpace page from your rebellious teen years. You may find comments you made to friends about the party you went to or your latest crush. On the other hand, you may find posts… Read more »

5 Ways to Get Ready for Your Annual Performance Review

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Your annual employee performance review is coming up. Is there anything you can do right now to ensure you get the results you want? Most employers make this a time to discuss both what you think of your job and what they think of the job you are doing. While much of the development of… Read more »

Outdated Job-search Techniques That You’re Probably Still Using

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As we move forward with technology, our job search options must move forward as well. What may have worked for you 15 years ago will get you little response today. There are countless job search techniques available to anyone. If you forget about what worked yesterday and focus on today, you’ll be much more successful…. Read more »