Job Interview Advice from Author Denise Dudley

Job interviews can feel like a scary and mysterious game where the rules are unknown. Hiring managers often make things hard on applicants by asking seemingly unrelated, or worse, illegal questions and failing to communicate clearly with interviewees.  To make things more confusing, experts offer conflicting advice about what to do before, during and after Read More …

How to Succeed in an Online Class

Online classes are a convenient way for busy students and working professionals to get college credit. However, they require a higher degree of self-motivation than traditional classes. If you want to pass an online class, you’ll have to be well-organized and committed in order to succeed. A few success tips for online students: Create a Read More …

Tips for Recent Graduates Entering the Workforce

Entering the workforce can be extremely intimidating. Will you like your job? Will you fit in? Will you make a big mistake? What if you don’t find a job? These are all questions that may be running through your head as you finish your last semester of college and prepare to enter the “real world”. Read More …

Crying at Work: Prevention and Coping Tips

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Job Search Tips for Extreme Introverts

There’s no time when the disparity between introverts and extroverts is more apparent than during the job search. Introverts prefer time alone and become drained by social interaction, which can create a barrier to networking and reaching out to potential employers. And the quiet, less-animated nature of introverts can be mistaken for low self-esteem. While Read More …

Tips for Avoiding Job Scams

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Dressing for an Interview

What we wear says a lot about us, whether we like it or not. And never are our clothing choices more important than at a job interview. Conscious and subconscious judgements are quickly made based on appearances, so it’s important to know what will make the best first impression. Proper interview attire may seem obvious Read More …