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Rackham Karlsson ordered a sign for the front of his new law office, but soon realized he faced a unique challenge: The temperature has to be at least 52 degrees Fahrenheit for the sign’s vinyl to adhere properly to the signboard.
This week’s roundup brings you five articles with the top career advice of the week including tips on how to tackle the unknown, how to know when you’ve outgrown your job and how to build a successful career.
Every day, we are all given the same 24 hours. So why do some people get more out of their day than others?
In the United Kingdom, the hospitality sector has thousands of roles going unfilled, according to the Pub and Bar Careers Programme, a free pre-employment program aimed at changing the negative perceptions of careers in the UK’s hospitality sector.
Baby boomers — generally defined as those born between 1946 and 1964 — are beginning to retire. Many of them, however, are looking at starting second careers and finding ways to keep working.
Looking to snag that promotion at work? Just because you’re the best at your one particular task doesn’t mean you’re the best candidate to climb the company ladder.
The uncertainty surrounding a job search can lead to stress, discouragement and a drop in personal confidence. Take back your confidence and find peace in your job search with the insight and advice found in this week’s roundup.
So the hard part is over. It was smooth sailing throughout your entire presentation. The audience laughed at your jokes, they stayed attentive, and they even responded to your questions. Your speech is coming to an end, and you need the perfect way to leave your audience thinking.
If you’re not putting time into your thoughts, chances are you aren’t analyzing your performance, pondering ways to improve, innovating or coming up with creative solutions to problems your organization’s problems.