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7 Ways to Increase Your Value at Work

7 Ways to Increase Your Value at Work

Being a high-value employee gives you an above-average position to take up new tasks. This, in turn, makes you more likely to get promoted. Here’s how to boost your value at work.

Google for Jobs: Use This Search Engine Tool to Find Your Next Career

Google for Jobs: Use This Search Engine Tool to Find Your Next Career

"Google for Jobs" is Google's new job search engine tool. It'll help you find the best job out there. It's really powerful! 🠺 Learn how to use "Google for Jobs" like a pro 🠺 search for job openings near you before the competition catches wind and 🠺 kick-start a new career with expert advice and tips.

I Hate My Job. I Hate My Boss. Here's What to Do *Now*

I Hate My Job. I Hate My Boss. Here's What to Do *Now*

You hate your job, hate your boss, and want to leave right away but don’t quite know how? We’re here to help. Find out what to do when you hate your job and get ready to start a new one you’ll love—a month from now. Interested? Read more!

20 Situational Interview Questions and Answers to Nail Your Interview

20 Situational Interview Questions and Answers to Nail Your Interview

These 20 situational interview questions/answers show the right/wrong way to handle hypothetical situations. Top interview questions look for evidence you can do the job—so learn to give it! Equip yourself for these problem solving interview questions. Then "Tell me about a time" you aced the interview and got the job!

Does Brain Training Work? (Brain Researchers on Improving Memory)

Does Brain Training Work? (Brain Researchers on Improving Memory)

There are 10 million new cases of dementia every year, with most from Alzheimer’s disease. 200,000 of those affect young people. And researchers alarm that, despite a recent decline in dementia, its prevalence will likely not be reduced for the next 40 years. We’ve spoken with two brain researchers to see what can you do to defend your brain.