Are Personality Tests Actually Useful?

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  -from Time. Ask Erin Mantz why she loves personality tests, and she’ll tell you she’s a Pisces, an only child, and an introvert prone to self-reflection. “I’m constantly craving and searching for insights into why I do what I do, and what makes me tick,” she says. Since discovering them at her college career… read more

A Candidate’s Guide to Today’s Job Interviews

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The interview process for tenure-track positions used to be fairly predictable. Not anymore. For decades, the interview process for tenure-track positions was relatively fixed in both timing and format. A department would conduct first-round interviews during its annual disciplinary conference at a hotel, and six to eight weeks later, invite select candidates to second-round interviews… read more

People Who Uplift Others Often Do These 9 Small Acts of Kindness

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Kindness is a language that everyone understands. It has a unique way of uplifting others and creating a positive impact. And it’s often the small acts of kindness that make the biggest difference. People who regularly uplift others tend to have certain habits, certain small acts of kindness they perform, often without even thinking about… read more

Lowball Offers: Why Accepting One May Make Sense

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by Van Laventure President | American Recruiters Franchise | Accounting & Finance Specialist – 603-825-5520   Lowball Offers: Why accepting one may make sense. Negotiating a fair compensation package is important for both job seekers and employers. While it may seem counterintuitive, there are times when accepting a lowball offer can be a strategic move…. read more

Want to flex your EI? Adopt these habits.

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-from Parade 12 Common Habits of People With High Emotional Intelligence, According to Psychologists You can’t go far without hearing something about artificial intelligence these days—whether it’s “the robots are coming for our jobs” or tips on how to use it to better your career. Basic intelligence, often measured in IQ test scores, is something… read more

Here are the top 10 highest-paying college degrees — and they’re not all STEM

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-from CNBC KEY POINTS Increasingly, it’s the choice of college major and type of degree that most affects your earnings potential. Here are the areas of study that pay the most, according to a new analysis by the U.S. Census Bureau. Between the sky-high overall cost and hefty student loan tab, more students and their families are reconsidering the… read more

5 Leadership Skills Employers Are Looking For

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-from Forbes   Strong leadership skills are hugely beneficial in the workplace, particularly in today’s fast-paced and competitive working environment. From executives to senior management, these skills can be applied across a range of positions and responsibilities. They can be used to increase productivity, boost morale, inspire innovation, and help solve problems. What’s more, with… read more

The Five Hottest Remote IT Jobs In 2023

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-from crn.com   As remote jobs are here to stay and the need for tech talent becomes greater, high-paying jobs like software developers and systems analysts are becoming more lucrative, all in the comforts of home. According to a report from trade association CompTIA, based off the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics, remote IT… read more