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The Rise of Job-Hopping: Is It Recommended?

The Rise of Job-Hopping: Is It Recommended? During my 6-months tenure in Shackleton Towers, there is a common pattern that ties all of the applying candidates together: job-hopping. So, what is job-hopping, really? The definition itself is pretty self-explanatory; it is the habit of moving from one company to another company in less than two[...]
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9 Good Questions to Ask in an Interview

Interviews aren’t just about giving the right answers—they’re about asking the right questions. The landscape for job seekers today can be difficult. In other words, if you want a job today, the hard work starts when you prepare for the interview. That means not just nailing the interview questions you are asked, but actually asking the kinds of[...]
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What to Do if Your Age Is an Issue in a Job Interview

In this day and age, it is rare for an interviewer to ask a direct question about the age of a candidate. That’s because asking how old you are, even in a roundabout way, is one of the things interviewers aren’t supposed to do when conducting a job interview. However, age discrimination is still a significant issue for[...]
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4 Risk Factors for Burnout and How to Overcome Them

Work-life balance is one of the things I struggle with most when it comes to building my personal happiness. Do you struggle with work-life balance, too? As a happiness writer and program development consultant, I really do try to practice what I preach. But if I’m being honest, I have a tendency to be a workaholic. I know that I[...]
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