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When you’re annoyed with a situation at work, your first instinct might be to let the person who annoyed know ASAP. But, while at work, you can’t be openly rude, so you rely on passive-aggressive phrases and messages to get the point across. Do it consistently, and you earn a reputation around the office. Before you get stuck being known as that annoying coworker, check out some of the commonly used phrases in email that can be a bit much, and what you can use instead.
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If you’re searching for a job that isn’t boring, one that provides a sense of adventure and fulfills your need to find out about different cultures, becoming a travel agent could be the right career for you. Here’s what you need to know about working in travel and tourism.
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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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People care what you wear, no matter where you are. With only about 7 seconds to make a first impression, the way you present yourself is the easiest way for others to have some idea of who you are. Paying attention to the little details of what you wear to work can make a huge difference in terms of how others think about you. Here are three reasons why you should care what you wear, too.
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As a woman in a male-dominated industry, it can sometimes be challenging to be taken seriously and awarded opportunities to move up at work. But, just like your male coworkers, it is possible to grow your career and work your way up. Here’s how you can rise up as a leader in traditionally male industries.

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