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You might have secured a new job, position or changed your job prospects requiring you to relocate to a new city, town, or even country. Whatever the circumstances, it’s fair to recognize how dealing with a job relocation can often be troubling. Relocating for a job is not always a bad thing; when one is required to shift from one area to another for work it’s usually because of better opportunities or to boost their income...
Despite significant changes in technology and media in our daily lives over the last 20 to 30 years, the humble one- or two-page résumé has remained a remarkably consistent tool in the job application process. While requests for video job applications are now in the minority, it’s not hard to imagine that a generational shift toward them will increasingly occur. READ MORE AT INSIDE HIGHER ED  
It's not uncommon for many to reach a point in life where they start wanting a change in their career. Whatever your reasoning, the idea of changing careers and starting from scratch in a new sector or industry can be exciting as it is daunting. To start with, you'll have to step out of your comfort zone and pick up new skills and knowledge. READ MORE AT BUSINESS INSIDER
In-person networking events are returning as more and more people feel comfortable gathering indoors with larger groups of strangers. To some, networking is easy and fun, but to others, it’s an uncomfortable chore. When identifying the kinds of networking events you’ll want to attend, the first place to start is understanding what type of people you’re trying meet. READ MORE AT ENTREPRENEUR
Hispanics only represent 4% of executive positions in the country. The fastest-growing population in America should be a community that is considered strongly by corporations and beyond when shaping future economic and skill reform policies. A new study conducted by IBM’s Institute for Business Value (IBV) looked into how Hispanics living in the U.S. feel and found those surveyed think that lack of professional advancement...
A career break could run for a year or a decade. Especially as the workforce reimagines itself as a result of the pandemic. The reasons you went for the career break are irrelevant. Regardless of your circumstance, you will face the daunting task of reentering the work environment. How do you deal with a return to work after a career gap to make the reentry seamless? Here are a few tips to consider.  READ MORE AT 'LLERO
In business and in life, companies and individuals strive to be unique and create a differentiator between themselves and others. The truest way to execute this is to build the right, long-lasting relationships. This leads to a few questions.   Are you invested in the right relationships? And I mean really invested? READ MORE AT FASTCOMPANY
In today's world, the networking strategy is essential for your professional development. It is about creating a network of contacts with people who have interests similar to yours, in order to learn, exchange, and discover job and business opportunities that can enhance their work profile.  Networking is built progressively, and you can do it through social networks, especially those aimed at the professional market, such as...
Change is scary in any facet of your life. If you’re embarking on a job search, it can feel daunting, stressful, and downright overwhelming. But, before you start firing off your resume, it’s important to stay organized, track your progress, and focus on creating a positive mindset. Below are simple things you can do to set proper parameters that will keep your equilibrium for an upcoming job search.  READ MORE AT ABOVE THE...
Even workers with many years of experience can find job interviews daunting. Without a doubt, they are the most difficult hurdle to overcome on the way to securing the ideal career, but with preparation comes confidence. Interviews can go wrong if you aren’t fully prepared. Follow these simple steps to make a good first impression. READ MORE AT SILICONREPUBLIC
Networking has now become an indispensable part of our life as it allows socialization, exchange of information and ideas, and other activities either for work or personal reasons. Regardless of your current work status, freelancer, part-time or full-time employee, or still a student, increasing and diversifying your network can smooth the way for your success. Here are a few tips you can consider to improve your networking skills.
Expanding your network is a critical part of career development. It’s essential to meet prospective partners and clients, improve your skillset, and stay updated with the latest trends in your industry. So with this in mind, what can you do to keep connecting with others virtually? Here are 4 ways to network during remote work. READ MORE AT THE ENTERPRISERS PROJECT