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9 Secrets to Tackling Work-Life Balance

At work alone, we can feel like there’s never enough time in the day to get everything done. Throw in personal responsibilities and other obligations outside of the office, and it’s easy for work-life balance to fall by the wayside. With a little planning and intentionality, however, you can find a healthy balance between your personal life and professional responsibilities. Work-life balance is not something that happens overnight. It takes dedication, discipline, and determination to achieve the ideal relationship between your personal life and professional obligations. It’s not easy, but it’s worth it! Here are 9 secrets to tackling work-life balance....

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Creating an Effective Resume

In your job search, your resume is the most significant document you'll send. It’s your frontline fighter, so to speak, as it’s your first opportunity to present yourself to a potential employer. Hiring Managers and Recruiters usually spend only 7 to 8 seconds per resume, it's critical that you make each second matter. A strong resume might help you stand out, but a weak resume can turn odds to get considered against you. It should include information about your background and qualifications and should communicate the most important, relevant information about you to employers in a clear, easy-to-read format. The idea is to swiftly express why, based on your abilities and experiences, you are uniquely qualified for the post....

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5 Tips for turning your Passion into a Recruiting Career

Job seekers will tell you that it’s difficult to find work in the current job market—and that’s certainly true if you’re looking for something with rigid hours and no room for creativity or growth. But if you have a passion, you don’t have to settle when it comes to your career and where you work each day. Here are five tips that will help you turn your passion into a full-time recruiting career with room to breathe and flourish professionally as well as personally - without breaking the bank....

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Depression and Social Media: A Cautionary Tale

Social media has changed the way we interact with each other, but this new communication method hasn’t been without drawbacks—one of them being an increased risk of depression. New research indicates that young adults who frequently visit social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are more likely to develop depression than their peers who aren’t as active on these sites. Learn more about this growing problem and the ways social media may contribute to depression here....

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Discipline is the Key To Success

If you want to be successful, you must have discipline. Don’t kid yourself, there will always be things that get in the way of your success. You’ll have full-time jobs and part-time jobs, you’ll meet people who try to keep you down and out of your comfort zone, and there will be failures and successes, but what you do in the face of all these obstacles is what will determine how successful you really are. If you can learn to remain focused and disciplined when faced with these challenges, then nothing can stop you from achieving your goals and living the life that you desire....