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By Mark Beal Mark Beal is an Assistant Professor of Practice in the Rutgers University School of Communication and Information and co-author of Career In Transition In the past eight weeks, I have collaborated with more job seekers who have secured their next career opportunity than I have in the past eight months. We have officially entered a new job market. One year into the COVID-19 pandemic, companies of all sizes have adjusted the way
How to Nail Your Zoom (or In-person) Interview With Confidence By: Farrah Daniel-Bermudez In the Before Times, the idea of doing a job interview, actually, all of your job interviews, from your WFH space was unthinkable. But these days, ask anyone who has been in the job market for a good while, and you’ll quickly discover that right now it’s not just the norm — it’s the new normal. And according to experts like Alex
Your weekly Work-Life Horoscope By Miranda Kaye, Astrologer Updated for the Week of March 10, 2021 Pisces (February 20- March 20) Happy birthday, Pisces! It’s been a tumultuous year, but thankfully the planets are finally shifting in your favor. Look ahead to better days as you’ll start to form new relationships both at home and at work, that will lead to fulfilling friendships, and new opportunities, down the road. Bonus: Keep an eye
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