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  • let you work from home

20 Companies That’ll Let You Work From Home—Hiring Now!

Original article by Emily Moore There’s nothing quite like work-from-home days — no time spent commuting to the office, no co-workers stopping by your desk to make last-minute asks, and, if you like, no need to change out of your PJ’s. It’s enough to make you wish that this could be your routine every day. ...

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Military and Veterans: Tell Us How We’re Doing!

We work hard every day to help America’s service members, veterans and their families make a smooth transition to the civilian workforce, pursue a post-military education or start their own business. But we need your feedback so we can continue to improve the content we provide to help you. By taking this short survey, you ...

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How You Can Get the Most Out of Owning Your Own Business

Attention veterans and even military spouses! If military life has taught you how to execute procedures, has honed your leadership skills and convinced you that giving orders is better than receiving them—especially that last part—then the franchise life is for you. Unlike mom-and-pop businesses, franchise owners do not have to devise a concept and build ...

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  • employee benefits and perks

Top 20 Employee Benefits and Perks for 2017

Original article by the Glassdoor Team Unlimited vacation? Been there, done that. Work-from-home Fridays? Par for the course. Ping-pong table? So 2008. There’s no doubt that companies have increased their focus on benefits and perks (and with 57 percent of job seekers counting them among their top considerations before taking a new job, it’s no ...

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  • things to never say in a salary negotiation

9 Things to Never Say in a Salary Negotitation

Original article by Amy Elisa Jackson You’re 96% sure that you are ready to schedule a meeting with your boss to ask for a raise. Or perhaps you’re nearing the end of the job interview process and an offer is in sight. However, if you’re like me, you have definitely put your foot in your ...

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21 Words To Never Include In Your Resume

Original article by Amy Elisa Jackson We have all heard the saying, “You’ll never get a second chance to make a first impression.” This is perhaps most true when it comes to a job resume. While many companies use screening software to initially evaluate a candidate’s resume, recruiters are largely the first people you must ...

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  • forged a bond with his Afghan interpreter

An NFL Player and the Bond He Formed on the Battlefield

originally seen on ESPN Before he became the starting left tackle for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Alejandro Villanueva served three tours of duty in Afghanistan. While there, he forged a bond with his Afghan interpreter, Mohammad Arif Azimi. After U.S. troops left Afghanistan, Azimi’s life was in danger as Taliban forces were seeking retribution for his ...

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  • types of companies you should never work for

7 Types of Companies You Should Never Work For

Original article by Amy Elisa Jackson No matter how desperate you are for a job, or how annoyed you may be at your current gig, there are some companies you’re better off not working for. Even if the money is good, the role seems irresistible, and even if your friends say it’s worth a shot, ...

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  • ways civilians can simulate military life

65 Ways Civilians Can Simulate Military Life

Original article by Blake Stilwell Almost everyone gets email forwards from their family. In the days before social media, people emailed the jokes, memes, and urban legends that populate Facebook, Tumblr, and Pinterest today. These days, it’s mostly older people that stick to forwarding emails instead of sharing via social media. Loved ones forward things ...

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Joe Cardona: Navy Reservist and New England Patriot

Original article by Eric Adelson Joe Cardona, a second-year long-snapper, is a reservist in the Navy. He has an eight-year commitment that is, technically, his real job. Among his obligations is two weeks of active training a year and a weekend per month on top of that. His next duty was scheduled for Newport, R.I., ...

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