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Promoting Your Creativity: Avenues to Purchase Promotional Items

Creativity and imagination are precious gifts. With them one can design anything, from a glorious painting to a world-class novel praised by all. In many cases, all that is needed is to display the art work or place the book on the shelf. However, there are some situations where additional promotion is needed. In fact, there are some who do both, even though their success increases with each released item.Continue Reading

Navigating the World of Job Auction Sites

Years of working in the same cubicle at the same job doing the same thing day after day have made you reconsider your career choice. Sure, the pay is good and helps provide for your young family; however, you need to do something else to recharge and make you interested in doing work. Since you can no longer stand to stare at the drab fabric walls of your cubicle, you decide to go freelance, using your skills to help others on an independent basis.Continue Reading

The New Job Search: Where to Find the Job of Your Dreams

There once was a time where finding a new job was as easy as opening up the Classified section of the newspaper, filling out an application at the place you want to work, or sending out resumes via mail. Today, those options are fewer and far between thanks to the reduction of newspapers, the lack of resume review, and the general loss of jobs thanks to the Great Recession. However, don’t feel discouraged, because there is still a way for you to find the job of your dreams. You just need to journey on a new set of roads to get there. Here are a few options to consider in your job search.Continue Reading

Is College Always Worth It | An Overview

With the cost of a college degree spiraling nowadays, you need to make sure that spending three years and the best part of $30,000 a year on fees is really the correct option for you. There are plenty of other avenues out there to get your foot on the job ladder and in some cases you may actually end up better off for having spent your three years gaining experience in your particular field.Continue Reading

Ethics of Calling in Sick When You’re Healthy

It was just the other day that I was chatting with a friend of mine about how much time off we get from our day jobs. The conversation started after I learned that my dad gets 35 days off from his job. While he’s been working a lot longer than I have and probably deserves it since he is only 4-5 years away from retirement, it still made me feel jealous. I currently get 10 days of PTO along with major holidays, not including 10 sick days each year.Continue Reading