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The Importance of Industry Certifications for DoD Cyber Opportunities

When reading job postings for your target career, you may often see that industry certifications are required, and this may be in addition to having a certain academic degree or years of experience. 690 more words


Unhappy at work? 7 signs you should quit your job

It’s one thing to have the office blues, but it’s a whole other story to loathe your job entirely.

According to a 2016 survey of 2,500 workers by recruitment firm… 902 more words


How To Negotiate A Large Raise: A Simple 4-Step Guide

Step 1: Determine the average salary of an individual with your job title and years of experience. Websites like Glassdoor.com and Payscale.com can be invaluable in this respect. 83 more words


Meetings with Your Boss

These are the things I’ve gathered over the years in how to more wisely use meeting times with any boss-
– Use the time to learn about each other, the challenges faced by your team… 79 more words

5 Powerful Women Share Their Best Career Advice

A few hundred women gathered at the Dorchester Hotel in London last week for Fortune’s sixth annual Most Powerful Women International Summit. The conference brought together top thinkers and doers from diverse industries—from government and philanthropy to education and the arts—to discuss the critical issues they face and to learn from each other. 221 more words


Don't Be Shy: Follow Up On Your Job Applications!

According to Inc.com, a typical corporate job posting attracts an average of 250 applicants. Your odds of landing a position are pretty daunting if you don’t have connections to the company or aren’t vastly overqualified; however, there is a way to dramatically improve your chances of getting an interview. 255 more words