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A Shove or a Nudge: Moving People Outside of Their Comfort Zone

Comfort zones can be a silly thing. To some extent, I think everyone can get stuck “in the zone” every now and then. And if they are lucky, someone or something will come along and push them right out of it. 1,063 more words


These Are The Skills Bosses Say New College Grads Do Not Have

The lack of these skills, especially critical thinking and analysis, can be attributed to the K-12 emphasis on testing rather than problem solving.

PayScale’s report – taken from data acquired as part of the organization’s larger employee compensation survey – shows that certain soft and hard skills tend to be missing from young graduates.

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Moving forward: How to quit your job gracefully

One of the most difficult decisions that every career woman experience is quitting one’s job. It is not only a financial burden but also emotional burden considering the connections that you’ve made with the people in your company that are getting severed when you move out. 465 more words


The 5-Step Networking Cheatsheet

Networking. How can one word, so innocuous, conjure such squirming, nausea and alarm? And yet it does. Here’s how to network like a boss and keep your cool. 342 more words


Careers in Public Health Talk with Nick McKenzie May 25th

Please mark your diaries for a careers talk  with Nick McKenzie, the Membership Officer at the UK Faculty of Public Health Wednesday 25th May at 4-5pm in room… 225 more words

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How Jon Bon Jovi’s Restaurants Are Making a Big Difference

Jon Bon Jovi is a world-famous rock star with numerous albums that have sold millions of copies.  But there’s another side to him that some fans may not know. 331 more words