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Four Signs You Shouldn’t Take a Job

As of 2023, a higher percentage of people are unhappy in their jobs than were prior to 2020.

Though the pandemic brought about unprecedented changes in workplace expectations, more people were actually satisfied at work in 2020 than today. 

The …

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How to Accept a Job Offer (With Examples)

You got the job! Before you throw caution to the wind and start celebrating, you’ll need to formally accept your offer. This may involve negotiating the terms of the offer, signing an official offer, and sending a formal acceptance letter …

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The 8 Negotiation Skills You Need—Whether You’re Job Searching or Not

Let’s say you’re conducting a job search and aiming for an annual salary of $100,000, but a company you’ve interviewed with offers you $87,000. You could grudgingly accept it, walk away, or try to negotiate.

You decide to negotiate and …

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Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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How to find an internship or entry-level job if you’re mentally or physically disabled

For decades, employers have invested staff time and other resources into diversifying their applicant pools and workforces. But it wasn’t until George Floyd was murdered by the Minneapolis Police Department that many of those employers invested in diversity, equity, and …

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10 reasons to reject job offers

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Deciding whether or not to accept job offers could be challenging for college students and recent graduates. When considering a position, there are certain factors that might lead students and grads to turn it down. Here are 10 good …

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14% gap between what women and men expect to earn in their first job after graduating from college

Article courtesy of Universum Communications. Results according to 52,000 U.S. undergraduate students surveyed October 2019 to April 2020.

Salary expectations and the gender gap  

You may be familiar with the national averages regarding the gender pay gap, but how does that translate to what …

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