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5 Reasons Why You Aren’t Getting Any Interview Requests


Before I finished my recent temp job, I asked another temp employee how her job search was going. Her response, “No one is hiring right now. What can you do?” She had a degree in economics from a highly ranked Canadian university. It always boggles my mind when I talk to a twentysomething who still […]

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6 Things to Do During a Work Hiatus


Sometimes the cards we’re dealt aren’t the ones we’d choose for ourselves. This is a sad fact about life, but as they say, when one door closes, another opens. Whether you’re experiencing a break in your work schedule due to a move, lay off, firing, or anything else, there are plenty of options that can […]

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5 Reasons to Take Continuing Education Classes


When I graduated from college, I had a list of classes I hadn’t been able to take while I was away from home. Whether the classes were full when I tried to register, or they didn’t fulfill a specific requirement, I had become intrigued by a variety of offerings I was unable to receive. Rather […]

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Post-Grad Dilemma: What To Do When Your Degree Isn’t Working For You


I started university when I was seventeen years old. Thousands of dollars, hundreds of hours of studying, four years and one arts degree later, I am still only twenty-two years old and not entirely sure of what direction I want to take my career in. If I could do it all again, I would probably […]

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