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Complete Guide to Coping With a Mid-Career Crisis

A mid-career crisis can be a scary time for any worker and can lead to feelings of uncertainty and frustration.

It can be caused by numerous factors and can manifest in various ways.

Don’t fear, however, as there are just …

By Grace Lau - Ivy Exec
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9 Things You Don’t Need to Include in a Job Application Anymore

You’ve probably heard that hiring managers and recruiters spend just 6–7 seconds glancing through your resume before determining whether to pass or move forward. That’s pretty anxiety-provoking — so how do you ensure that yours lands in the “move forward” pile?

By Fairygodboss - Ivy Exec
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5 Ways Using Social Media Can Help You Get a Job

Depending on your age and where you are in life, odds are you use social media for one or two reasons– entertainment purposes, to keep up with your friends and family, or to share moments of your life.

When it …

By Maximilian Vanegas - WayUp
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10 Things You Should Never Include In A Resume

Your resume is a marketing document that needs to help you land your next role.

A lot of my clients believe that their resume needs to show everything that they’ve done, while, in fact, your resume is a targeted document …

By Anastazija Gavrilovic - Ivy Exec
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5 Job Search Strategies You Need to Know

A recent study found that 80% of executives are open to new opportunities, but only 26% of them are actually successful in finding one. So what’s the problem?

What Are the 5 Ways to Find a Job in 2022?

With …

By Arno Marcus - Ivy Exec
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7 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Leaving Your Corporate Job For A Startup

You’ve been in your corporate career for some time now and are craving a change — something more dynamic, less siloed, and with the flashier benefits befitting of today’s job market.

Ultimately, you’re finding yourself wondering: Should I work at a

By Liv McConnell - Ivy Exec
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The Career Trajectory of the Future: The Mashup

Many people started down their career paths with the belief they would stay in the same field – or even at the same company – until retirement. Some envisioned their parents’ or even grandparents’ trajectory: choosing a career, landing a …

By Ivy Exec - Ivy Exec
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Why resume gaps aren’t a big deal anymore

Shanika Puckett has taken six breaks during her nearly 20-year career as a graphic designer.

Most were for a few months, like after the birth of her daughter or after an infection put her in a medically induced coma and …

By Kathryn Vasel
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Active Listening Skills in the Workplace

Have you ever described yourself as a good listener? We expect you’ve likely put that you have great listening skills under the skills section of your resume.

After all, we know that’s what employers are looking for. But it may …

By Amy Dawson
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6 Red Flags Job Seekers Need to Watch Out For During the 2022 Hiring Boom

We’re in the middle of a Great Resignation. For job seekers, that means they should have their choice of roles. And in many cases, they do — today’s job market is in the candidate’s favor, not that of the employer.

But …

By Fairygodboss - Ivy Exec
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