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How You Can Create Your Own Green Workspace

By Bryn Huntpalmer / January 12, 2017

Let’s face it, a lot of offices don’t exactly have the freshest vibe. You thought that one coworker was toxic? Between the dust bunnies hiding behind your monitor, the fluorescent lights, and the ancient carpeting, the conditions in work sites leave a lot to be desired—both for your health, and the health of the planet. […]

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The 5 Health Benefits of Thanksgiving Dinner (and Your Career)

By Cally Martin / November 22, 2016

Thanksgiving is a time for family, food, and football. But let’s not forget about your health and well-being!   Here are some of the health benefits of our favorite (traditional) Thanksgiving foods and why they are so crucial to our careers.     Cranberries “…intake of cranberry extracts has shown the ability to improve multiple […]

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All Treats and No Tricks: Your Guide to Halloween at Work

By Alexandra Hoeflicker / October 28, 2016

You look forward to Halloween all year and then you realize…it’s on a Monday!?   You’ll be wearing your costume to parties all weekend, but the question is: Can I dress up for work? Here are some tips to help you navigate the delicate situation of costumes at work for Halloween (or any other holiday). […]

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12 of the Creepiest Jobs That Really Exist

By Cally Martin / October 25, 2016

With Halloween right around the corner ghouls, goblins, and clowns are preparing to scare anyone out collecting sugary loot. We decided to scare up the real-life version of the creepiest jobs people do for a living. And you might be shocked at the (below) average salaries—for some, you couldn’t pay me enough!   Miner – […]

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Is Lifestyle Inflation Making You Poor?

By Alexandra Hoeflicker / October 11, 2016

I recently had a friend in town and we were discussing how life has become so expensive.   We couldn’t believe that it was only a few years ago that you would have spent only half of what you’re spending on an average weekend now. We assume that it’s just that the cities we live […]

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Shout Out to the Customer Service Industry

By Cally Martin / October 4, 2016

Fall is here and that means holiday shopping is right around the corner. (Truth: it’s started already). One of the most difficult jobs you can have is in the customer service industry. If you disagree you’ve probably never worked retail during a holiday season.   I would like to take a moment to recognize the […]

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Save Your Work Drama for Your Mama

By Cally Martin / September 9, 2016

Seriously, your mom is the only one that cares anymore.   We get it. You had a bad day, long week or month, but so did your sister, neighbor, and the Starbucks barista who gave you your PSL (pumpkin-spiced latte for all of the non-basic b*itches out there) this morning.   Find me someone who […]

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Nontraditional Occupations Offer New Paths to Success for Women

By Audrey Jenkins / July 12, 2016

Unprecedented career opportunities are opening up for women in the skilled trades—occupations where they have historically been underrepresented. In 2014, only 8.9% of workers in the construction industry were women, but there’s good reason for that to change.   Due to retirement and explosive growth, demand for skilled workers in industries, such as welding, HVAC and refrigeration, and electrical […]

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11 Things About Your Job That You Won’t Say Out Loud

By Cally Martin / July 7, 2016

Having a perfect daily work routine is crucial for some people. Others are just lucky to make it to work on time. Either way, you’re probably guilty of having occasional thoughts of flipping desks and walking out in the middle of the day, yelling “FREEBIRD” on your way out of the building.   There’s no […]

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Why Game of Thrones is the Real Motivator in Your Life

By Cally Martin / June 28, 2016

Spoiler Alert: Don’t read any further if you haven’t watched season six and have intentions of doing so.   Like most of the world, I spent my Sunday nights watching “Game of Thrones.” I don’t know about you, but after almost every episode this season I walked into work Monday morning ready to work!   […]

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The Interview Q&A Cheat Sheet

By Stephanie Gray / June 14, 2016

In part 1 of our interview cheat sheet series we showed you how to be prepared before your interview.   Now, in part 2, we give you examples of what to be prepared to answer and what you should be prepared to ask. The interviewing process has changed over the past few years with a much […]

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