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You’ve researched the company, but have you thought about what to wear to your next job interview? Our handy new infographic has all your job interview outfits sussed.

You’ve researched the company, but have you thought about what to wear to your next job interview? Our handy new infographic has all your job interview outfits sussed.

Primary Care is very important! Shannon Chatman, N.P. sees patients in our Toccoa office so schedule your visit by calling 706-282-5238!

Primary Care is very important! Shannon Chatman, N.P. sees patients in our Toccoa office so schedule your visit by calling 706-282-5238!

MSN Careers - 9 jobs that pay $25 an hour - Career Advice Article http://msn.careerbuilder.com/Article/MSN-3453-Job-Info-and-Trends-9-jobs-that-pay-25-an-hour/?SiteId=cbmsn43453&sc_extcmp=JS_3453_advice%3Fgt1

What to Do if You Can't Find Your Passion

What to Do if You Can't Find Your Passion by Elizabeth Gilbert "So here's my weird bit of advice: If you've lost your life's true passion (or if you're struggling desperately to find passion in the first place), don't sweat it. Back off for a while. But don't go idle, either. Just try something different, something you don't care about so much... At the very most, your curiosity may surprise you."

The Pros and Cons of Job Hopping

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Ask these 10 questions during salary negotiations to help get everything you deserve.

How to Succeed as a Career Coach and Current Industry Trends (Podcast #49

How to Succeed as a Career Coach and Current Industry Trends I gathered some of the top questions about how to succeed as a career coach on the podcast today. If you have ever thought of becoming a career coach or want to grow your career coaching business even more, you will love this episode. Let’s dive in! Read More: http://www.classycareergirl.com/2016/07/career-coach-succeed/

That’s not my job! If a boss asks you to do something that is not in your job description once, you might feel you have no choice but to do it. A one-off request, perhaps you do as a favour, not even giving it a second thought. But what if it becomes a pattern? One day, it’s an emergency dry cleaning drop-off, the next it’s picking up his kids at soccer or taking out the rubbish. At what point are such requests inappropriate?