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My INFP confession: I sold a part of my soul in order to be happy

As an INFP, my motto in life is “be yourself.” This, for me, means being authentic and living according to my values. Every decision that I make is a reflection of who I am and what I believe in. 538 more words

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Chatham County (Georgia) Emergency Management Agency (CEMA)

This application is completed, but they are OLD SCHOOL so I have to mail it off to them.  Hopefully I’ll get out of the house early enough to stop at the post office.  344 more words

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10 common interview questions; the good, bad, and the ugly

Preface: I will always believe that behavioral-based and situational questions are better than the ones discussed in this post; however interviewers feel differently.

There are interview questions that have survived the test of time and are still being asked at interviews. 1,211 more words

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2 great reasons why introverts and job seekers should walk alone

Introverts find various ways to carve out the time to reflect. Mine is walking. Yours may be hiking, yoga, going to the gym, taking a ride, etc. 979 more words

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"LinkedIn Is the Professional Powerhouse" for Older Job-Hunters

Research supports what I know to be true: LinkedIn is the social media platform of choice for the unemployed.

“Whether someone is newly unemployed and facing the first steps getting back into the job market or unemployed for several months (even years), the bests approach is to dive into LinkedIn and get rolling” according to researchers Joyce and Smith-Prouix (2016, p. 658 more words

Social Media Is "Double-Edged Sword for the Unemployed"

We should learn more about how people who are looking for jobs use the Internet. But don’t just take my word for it; reputable international social media researchers agree. 599 more words

Finding a Job with a Little Help from Friends

I still remember how I felt when unemployed from January 15, 2009, to late July, 2010. I lost of part of my self-identity as a marketing writer, missing having a pace to go and things to do, and I left isolated and alone. 559 more words