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Job Interview Advice: Don’t Ask How You Did

Asking questions during a job interview is a good thing to do – but, please, exercise some discretion. Avoid questions along the lines of: So, what do you do here? How much vacation time...

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The CareerBliss Guide to Bosses – Happy Bosses Day!

Happy Bosses Day! (Yeah … that’s a thing.) In honor of this wonderful occasion we rounded up some of our favorite CareerBliss articles on the topic of bosses. Enjoy! For the Good Boss 7...

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Resume Tip Tuesday: LinkedIn Should Enhance, Not Duplicate

Welcome to Resume Tip Tuesday! Come to CareerBliss every Tuesday for a brand new resume tip to help you in your job search! Check out the archive for more tips.  Have you ever applied to...

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Imposter Syndrome: Do You Ever Feel Undeserving of Your Success?

As a woman engineer, Jeanine Swatton works in a breeding ground for imposter syndrome. Silicon Valley is famously male-dominated. And, unfortunately, she tells us that “brogrammers”...

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Do Your Homework: How to Ace Interview Assignments

Job seekers are always encouraged to “do their homework” on a company – to know the company’s business inside and out before they sit down for an interview. But that may not be the only homework...

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Think You Can Handle Working at a Bossless Company?

What if you had no one to report to? Imagine: You walk into work, get things done and never worry about obtaining approval or having someone looking over your shoulder or playing those...

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Resume Tip Tuesday: You Don’t Need to Meet 100% of Qualifications

Welcome to Resume Tip Tuesday! Come to CareerBliss every Tuesday for a brand new resume tip to help you in your job search! Check out the archive for more tips.  Recently, the Wall Street...

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6 Practical Tips on Finding a Job Abroad

If wanderlust is fueling your 2014 New Years resolution to get a great new job, you’ve found your resource destination (seriously, bookmark this page!). We spoke with several folks...

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Career Trend: Can I Bring My Parent to the Job Interview?

Sandi Webster had been interviewing budding young professionals for her company’s management trainee program for years. But then she encountered something new: a dad at the interview...

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LinkedIn Skill Endorsements are Meaningless, Managers Say

LinkedIn Skill Endorsements are meaningless. At least according to Raj Goel, co-founder and owner of IT consultancy Brainlink International.  For Goel, the endorsements simply...

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Resume Tip Tuesday: Top 5 Tips for Entry-Level Candidates

Welcome to Resume Tip Tuesday! Come to CareerBliss every Tuesday for a brand new resume tip to help you in your job search! Check out the archive for more helpful tips.  As an entry-level...

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5 Ways to Deal with Chatty Coworkers

Chatty coworkers may be one reason why working from home has proven to boost productivity. At least that was the case in one study by Stanford in which researchers studied 16,000 employees...

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How to Turn Your Internship Into a Fulltime Job

An internship isn’t just a great way to get hands-on experience, build your network and bulk up your resume – it could open the door to an awesome fulltime position. Last year, more than...

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Resume Tip Tuesday: 7 Ways to Show You’re an Overachiever

Welcome to Resume Tip Tuesday! Come to CareerBliss every Tuesday for a brand new resume tip to help you in your job search! Check out the archive for more tips.  You’re extremely driven...

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5 Signs You are Too Nice at Work (& How to Deal)

Although you don’t have to be cutthroat to succeed, it's important to be smart about how much you give to your colleagues. Don't get us wrong; being nice is our favorite way to succeed...

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Resume Tip Tuesday: 11 Worst Bullet Points

Welcome to Resume Tip Tuesday! Come to CareerBliss every Tuesday for a brand new resume tip to help you in your job search! Check out the archive for more tips.  Last week, recruiter and...

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5 Ways to Deal With Cutthroat Coworkers

It takes unwavering confidence and plenty of tact to deal with cutthroat coworkers. You know the type: stealing credit, dominating projects or making subtle, snarky comments. Dealing...

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The Most Important Thing to Do When Starting a New Job

In a recent Reddit post, one user posed the question “What advice would you give people who are new at a job?” An overwhelmingly popular response was: ask questions. And we agree – you should...

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Advice for Recent Grads from Recent Grads

I have been out of the college scene for more than two years now and, after turning a three-month internship into a full-time position after graduation, I've learned a few lessons about...

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Resume Tip Tuesday: Why You Should Not Use a PDF

Welcome to Resume Tip Tuesday! Come to CareerBliss every Tuesday for a brand new resume tip to help you in your job search!  It's best to use Word Doc instead of a PDF format mainly because...

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