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Networking in the City of Brotherly Love: 9 Must-Attend Philadelphia Events

By | No Comments | July 7, 2014

Next up in our best networking events series is Philadelphia. Here’s a list of where to meet the types of people who will help you take your career to that next level. Read »

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Creative Portfolios: 9 Awesome Websites to Showcase Your Work

By | 6 Comments | July 3, 2014

Step one: Put together an amazing portfolio of your best work. Step two: Attract clients. Here’s how to do it right. Read »

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Hot Tech Trends: A Sneaky Technique for Predicting What Will Be Hot This Year

By | 1 Comment | July 2, 2014

If only you knew what would blow up next on the tech scene. Psst… you can. Here’s a smart way to predict the next big trends. Read »

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Overworked and Underappreciated at Work? Here’s Your Survival Guide

By | 1 Comment | July 1, 2014

If you feel overworked and underappreciated at your job, it’s time to do something about it. Here are a few tips — including when it’s right to quit. Read »

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8 Subtle Habits That Will Get You Noticed By Your Boss

By | 1 Comment | June 30, 2014

Want to quickly make a good impression on your employer? Make these key habits part of your work routine. Read »

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8 Things the TV Show ‘Episodes’ Can Teach You About Starting a New Job

By | 5 Comments | June 30, 2014

Just because you landed your dream job doesn’t mean everything is smooth sailing for here on out. Avoid these career blunders as you transition to your new job. Read »

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A Wacky Way to Remember Someone’s Name the First Time You Meet

By | 5 Comments | June 26, 2014

Is remembering people’s names a constant struggle? If you want to get ahead at work, you’re going to have to do it — and this simple trick might be the ticket. Read »

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Forget the To-Do List: Here’s a Better Way to Identify Your Priorities

By | 6 Comments | June 23, 2014

Having trouble figuring out what you should focus on in your career? Forget all the advice you’ve heard before and try this. Read »

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Choose to Be Brazen: Why Confidence at Work is the Key to Everything

By | 4 Comments | June 23, 2014

We all have a choice in how we live our life — here’s why you want to choose to be brazen and the tips to get you there. Read »

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Why You Should Always Keep a Running List of Your Career Accomplishments

By | 4 Comments | June 19, 2014

Sometimes it’s worth bragging. Here’s why you need to keep a list of your accomplishments, even if you love your job. Read »

A New Way to Earn a University Degree Without the Cost: Work at Starbucks

A New Way to Earn a University Degree Without the Cost: Work at Starbucks

By | 7 Comments | June 18, 2014

The coffee giant isn’t the only company with a tuition reimbursement program, but it is one of the only ones that won’t insist you stick around afterwards. Check out the details of this cool new program. Read »

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Want a Promotion? 5 Fool-Proof Strategies for Moving Up at Work

By | 1 Comment | June 18, 2014

If you want a little change in your career without leaving your company, start working toward a promotion. Here are a few helpful strategies. Read »

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3 Tips for Public Speaking Like a Pro (Even if You’re Shaking in Your Boots)

By | 2 Comments | June 16, 2014

Want to become known as the go-to guru in your field? It’s easier than you’d think. Follow these steps to get to expert status — fast. Read »

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Why the Top Editor at The New York Times Doesn’t Earn as Much as Other Execs

By | 2 Comments | June 12, 2014

Is the amount of your paycheck the only important factor in salary negotiations? It wasn’t for the editor of The New York Times, and it shouldn’t be for you, either. Read »