Paige Breaux

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Finding THAT Job, Real Talk, Work

The do’s and don’ts for writing your first post-grad resume

If you’ve recently graduated or are about to graduate from college, you’ve (hopefully) started applying to every job you can find that sound like a good fit. Leaving school might feel like starting from scratch, but in college you’ve gained a well-rounded education, a ton of management and leadership skills, and hopefully some work exposure […]

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Linda Le Phan

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Work

How to find the answer to “what career is right for me?” (with advice from career experts)

Everyone talks a lot about how much of a struggle job hunting can be. And while most people who agree that it’s a struggle are typically referring to the crazy, unpredictable maze that includes applying, researching, preparing and interviewing for whatever decent job opportunities they can get their hands on.  However, a huge part of […]

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Paige Breaux

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Better Worklife, Real Talk, Work

What to wear to an interview – whether it’s “business casual”, creative or informal

We’ve all been told you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but when it comes to job interviews how you look definitely influences whether or not you’ll get the job. Hiring managers are looking for someone who appears to fit with the vibe of the company culture and demonstrates knowledge of their field. If […]

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Linda Le Phan

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Better Worklife, Work

The difference between having a job vs. having a career

Work is an enormous part of the human experience, consuming much of our lives and contributing to one’s sense of worth and identity. While nearly every statistic clearly illustrates that the vast majority of Americans are disengaged at work, a recent study conducted by Pew Research Center uncovered an important potential culprit: nearly a third of Americans […]

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