Six Questions To Ask At A Job Interview

Recently I’ve been applying for new jobs internally and I was talking with one of my mentors about an interview I had coming up, and what are good questions to ask at a job interview?  He’s a former First Sergeant who I can count on being brutally honest with me, yet always gives some sage ...

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Networking for Introverts: Does a Guide Even Exist?

Networking. For introverts that word ranks up there with other feel-good words and ideas like … dinner with the in-laws, small talk, stepping on a tack and answering a phone call. (Seriously, what kind of human calls instead of sending a text like a normal person?) Not all introverts are anti-social. While some of ...

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America’s 25 Highest Paying Jobs In 2017

When it comes to work, there are two general ways of thinking: Find a way to get paid for what you love to do, or just make the most money you can as fast as you can. Then there are the very lucky few who manage to make both of these things happen. If the ...

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Post-9/11 Veterans Find Incredible Careers in Business Services, Where Specialized Firms Provide Services to Other Businesses

Adam Locklin can't decide which is the best part of his job: fighting cybercrime at the financial giant PwC* or being part of his company's Veterans Affinity Network, where he's taken part in ceremonies and special events, helped to recruit other veterans and supported nonprofits in their work. Either way, he knows he's able to ...

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20 Jobs That Pay Over $100k With The Least Competition

Original article by Glassdoor Company ratings, benefits, and perks, plus salary are all factors that come to mind for the average job seeker. However, one factor that the savvy seeker should also consider is the popularity or competitiveness of a job title. Hot jobs abound in the tech, healthcare, and business sectors, so it’s important ...

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How to Re-brand Yourself for the Career that You Actually Want

Transitioning from the military is filled with a variety of challenges that require us to travel down different paths than the ones we have become accustomed to on the inside. As we begin to look at civilian careers, we sometimes realize the many differences that exist between our military careers and our desired civilian careers. ...

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15 Jobs on the Endangered List

Original article by Amy Elisa Jackson During the decade of 2014-2024, U.S. employment is projected to increase 6.5 percent according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). That’s a jump from 150.5 million jobs in 2014 to 160.3 million jobs in the year 2024. Even just this year, wages have gone up 2.5 percent year-over-year and ...

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7 Undercover Ways to Job Search When You Already Have One

Original article by Emily Moore As someone who closed the deal on a new job fairly recently (thanks, Glassdoor!), I can attest firsthand — job seeking when you’re already employed is rough. The last thing you want to do when you get back from a long day at work is plunk down at your laptop ...

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Amazon Offers Paid Internships for 10,000 Veterans

*SPONSORED In May of 2016, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced at the White House his company’s intention to hire 25,000 veterans within five years. In January of 2017, that promise was expanded to include 10,000 veteran-specific apprenticeships.  Updated information below. Apprenticeship programs for veterans. The “Amazon Veterans Apprenticeship Program” will include a sixteen-week training period, followed by ...

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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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