Career and Education

7 Low Stress Jobs that are Perfect for Moonlighting

by Kevin Mercadante March 5, 2014

Everybody needs extra money from time to time, either to cover a rough budget patch, to pay off debt, to save for a vacation, or to build up an emergency fund. There are easy ways to make extra money, and hard ways. Since you have a job or business already, you’ll want to keep your […]

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Do You Have a Skill Others Will Pay For?

by Miranda Marquit March 3, 2014

One of the debates raging right now, as student loan debt sky-rockets, is whether or not a college degree is worth it. Once you get that college degree, the next debate is over whether or not graduate school is worth it. Honestly, though, it’s not really about whether a higher education is worth it, and […]

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3 Hiring and Recruitment Changes You Need to Know About

by Contributor December 13, 2013

Thanks to technology, the economy, and rising costs, hiring and recruitment are changing. The old realities of looking for a job are fading away. You need to adapt to the changing job market, or you could find yourself passed over for positions that you want. Here are 3 hiring and recruitment changes that you need […]

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Can You Become a Career Coach?

by Kevin Mercadante November 4, 2013

With the constrained income and employment opportunities that are available now, some people are wisely turning toward developing multiple income streams as a way of improving their financial situations. One of the very best ways to do this is one that is often overlooked. You can use your current career skills in order to become […]

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How to Get Noticed by a Recruiter

by Ryan Guina October 7, 2013

Note: A good friend of mine is an experienced recruiter in the IT space who wanted to share some tips to prospective employees on how they can get the most of their experience of using a job recruiter. The author wished to remain anonymous, due to company policies. I hope you find this beneficial! The […]

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Tips from a Recruiter on Using a Recruiter

by Ryan Guina September 11, 2013

Note: A good friend of mine is an experienced recruiter in the IT space who wanted to share some tips to prospective employees on how they can get the most of their experience using a recruiter. The author wished to remain anonymous, due to company policies. I hope you find this beneficial! Using a career […]

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Could the Pomodoro Technique Help Your Productivity?

by Miranda Marquit September 9, 2013

I’ve been struggling lately with my productivity. A lot of it has to do with what’s been happening in my personal life, as well as my professional life. At some point, though, even though I’m struggling, I need to pull it together and boost my productivity. While it’s not necessary to productive all the time, […]

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