Career Advice

December Is the Best Month to Strengthen Your Network

Job hunting in December is tough. However, the holidays are the best time to strengthen your network and prepare for the openings that will abound in January. Many hiring managers wait for the new year to bring on new employees, but it doesn’t mean they’re not watching for new talent beforehand. Don’t take the month off from your job search–use

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Tips for Making Remote Workers Successful – Part 2

For part two in our series on how to get the most out of a virtual team, we’re getting some great information From Carlos Castelán, Managing Director of The Navio Group in Minneapolis, a business management consulting firm that advises companies how to improve workplace issues such as remote workers, productivity, company culture, employee communications, engagement, hiring, retainment, and the

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Pros and Cons of the Gig Economy

The gig economy is getting bigger. Whether you’re working as a makeup artist, using a rideshare or food delivery app in your spare time, or trying to have a full career as a freelance writer, many people are exploring the benefits that the new working model offers. Get to know some of the pros and cons of the gig economy

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How to Become a Private Investigator: A Conversation With PI Liz Brock

Perhaps you’ve always been intrigued by law enforcement but never knew which field to enter. You thought about working for the local police department but somehow it didn’t seem right for you. Maybe you’re more interested in choosing your on cases and conducting detective work instead. If so, becoming a Private Investigator (PI) just may be the line of work

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