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Entries for February 2014

Networking Like a Pro: The 7 Tips You Should Always Follow
Networking is part of every job, no matter how isolated you may be from coworkers. And while it can be hard to transition into easy networking, these 7 tips will get you there fast. Read more
Date: February 28
7 Biggest On-the-Job Blunders
If you've ever caught yourself committing one of these mistakes on this list, it may be time to reevaluate your performance.  Read more
Date: February 26
Top 7 Myths to Not Believe About Freelancing
Becoming a freelancer isn't all pyjama parties and chocolate cake breakfasts, and here are the top 7 myths debunked.  Read more
Date: February 24
Career “Tips” That Should Always Be Avoided
There are enough articles telling you what to do during employment, but not enough advising on what to avoid, which can sometimes be more important.  Read more
Date: February 21
Guide to Surviving a Layoff
Layoffs are never easy, but they can be manageable if approached in the right way.  Read more
Date: February 19
Is Working Abroad a Good Idea?
If you're thinking of moving abroad to further your career, make sure you read this article first to see if it's a good fit for you. Read more
Date: February 17
How to Realize You’re Being Phased Out, and What to Do About It
On some level, everybody knows when they're being phased out, but choose not to recognize the signs because it may be painful to face.  Read more
Date: February 14
 5 Things That Get Cover Letters Noticed
While a cover letter's not a guarantee for a job, having one filled with mistakes can certainly close off any possibility of it. Learn these five tips and better your chances right away. Read more
Date: February 12
The Rights and Wrongs of Crafting a Good Resume
Knowing the difference between a good and bad resume can mean getting an interview and being blackballed. Learn what goes on- and what always stays off.  Read more
Date: February 10
Generational Personalities and How to Work with Them
Knowing how each generation was raised makes it easier to work alongside them in the office.  Read more
Date: February 07
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