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Career Relaunch Guide from CareerBliss

Heading back to the workforce after taking an extended break? Getting back into the swing of things can be daunting. But he have you covered! Check out posts from our career relaunch...

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Behavioral Interviews are in at Google -- Here's How to Ace One

If an interviewer has ever gouged your brain with something along the lines of “How many French cut green beans would it take to fill the Titanic’s boiler room 12 years after the ship sank...

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Career Relaunch Series: Job Interview

If you’re preparing for relaunch after taking some time off from the workforce and managed to score an interview, things are looking pretty good. At this point, it’s all about how you...

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Career Lessons Learned From the Big Bang Theory

The Big Bang Theory is currently topping the charts nationwide with ratings of 19 million viewers per episode. It’s being called ‘the new Friends’ by critics and fans alike. The show follows...

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Career Relaunch Series: Resume and Cover Letter

Looking to get back into the workforce after an extended break? In that case, it’s resume and cover letter time! Check out our tips below: Resume Style: Simply adding an end date to the...

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Resume Tip Tuesday: How to Brand Your Resume

Welcome to Resume Tip Tuesday! Come to CareerBliss every Tuesday for a brand new resume tip to help you in your job search! This week’s resume tip comes from Shawnice Meador, director...

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Career Relaunch Series: Reconnect with Your Career

Have you decided it is time to go back to work after taking an extended break? Whatever your reason for taking some time off, getting back into the workforce with a gap in your resume can...

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8 Big Relationship Lessons to Apply to Your Job

They say that all’s fair in love and war. While the two may be more closely related that you think, love and work are also bound together by a similar set of rules. Let’s start with some of...

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Laid Off? Your Guide to Your First Week of Unemployment

Downsizing. Cutbacks. Corporate restructuring. No matter what they call it when you're laid off, it's still like a punch in the gut. If you're lucky, you'll be given your two-week...

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Double Your Productivity Using These Keyboard Shortcuts

We all have our little hot-buttons that drive us absolutely bananas. For some people, it’s seeing others chew food with their mouths open. For others it’s candy wrappers crinkling during...

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Resume Tip Tuesday: Is Your Resume ATS-Proof?

Welcome to Resume Tip Tuesday! Come to CareerBliss every Tuesday for a brand new resume tip to help you in your job search! Nearly all large companies and many mid-sized companies rely...

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These 5 Amazing Questions Will Impress Your Interviewer

In addition to the questions that most good candidates ask (about the role, performance measure, etc.), you’ve also got to drop in one or two “wow”-inducing bombs to impress your interviewer...

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5 Worst Ways to Answer: ‘How’s Your Job Search Going?’

“How’s the job search going?” This seemingly innocuous question is an inevitability for most, if not all, of the 11.7 million unemployed folks in America. The questions shows up everywhere...

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Top 8 Cubicle Crimes – Don’t Do This at Your Desk

Jerry is sick today. How do I know? Because I can hear him from across the office, sneezing and blowing and coughing up a lung at his desk. Worse yet, he’s making a big show of how dedicated...

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Job Interview Anecdotes: Avoid these Mistakes

We agree that learning from your mistakes is a good thing. However, it’s even better to learn from the mistakes of others. With that in mind, we present these stories of interview gaffes...

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Resume Tip Tuesday: 3 Types of Essential Keywords

Welcome to Resume Tip Tuesday! Come to CareerBliss every Tuesday for a brand new resume tip to help you in your job search! A great resume is packed full of juicy keywords … and, no, not...

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5 Steps to Creating Your Own Role at Work

Some companies love structure, discipline and an established process for its employees. Others are more laissez faire, allowing more independence (but little direction). It really...

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How To Reach Out On Twitter After Applying For A Job

Twitter is a great tool for job seekers. It can be used for personal branding, networking and even researching potential employers. But after you’ve submitted your resume, should...

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Do These 3 Things at Work to Increase Productivity

We all know that person at work who is annoyingly productive. They reply to emails within minutes of receiving them, sail effortlessly through large projects and leave early, while...

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Preparing the Healthcare Workers of the Future

By William Riley, Ph.D. The nation has an extraordinary, yet complex and challenging, healthcare system – one that is seeing several major forces of change fueled by new policies,...

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