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When you spend forty hours or more at work, you end up becoming closer to your coworkers than some of your friends and family members! But should you take that friendship outside of your job? Socializing with your coworkers outside of the office can be a good thing - but you have to be careful not to cross any professional lines. Check out our tips to having appropriate relationships with your work pals when you’re not on the clock.
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Once you graduate, the main goal is to secure that dream job you’ve been working toward. We sat down with an expert to find out what employers are looking for in candidates so you can crush your next interview.
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Whether you’re interviewing at a conservative, Fortune 500 company or a cool, innovative start up, you should make sure you look and feel confident. You should also make sure what you wear shows the interviewer that you respect them, their time, and yourself. To make the best impression possible, here’s a list of things to avoid wearing to your interview.
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Balance in the workplace is more than just making sure you have the right work/life split. It also means pushing toward an equal and fair workplace in terms of things like gender and diversity, a goal we can all contribute to. Here’s why it matters, how you can make changes to encourage balance for better in your job, and how everyone can play a part.
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A resume is the first thing a potential employer will see, so it’s important to show off your skills and successes. But, what’s more awkward than “bragging” about the things you’ve done? Though being humble is a good thing, it can hurt you in your job search. Here are 5 ways to proudly talk about what you bring to the table.

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