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Some Tips for Constructing an Appealing Resume: Part 1

Before you meet with a prospective employer face to face, your first introduction to them is through your resume. A well-constructed resume can get you the interview; a poorly-constructed one will get your resume tossed in the recycle bin. So how do you craft a resume that is both eye-catching and impressive? Here are some tips:

Publish date: 11/06/2017

 
Will an Algorithm Replace Me?

Greg Adamson, a University of Melbourne electrical and computer engineering faculty member, claims that 2025-2035 will be the critical period for the demise of traditional work. He goes on to propose that, “even the best scholars in the field put artificially-happy messages at the end of their books and articles.”

Publish date: 11/02/2017

 
Cool Job Alert: Emoji Translator

Companies often hire out translating services, but now there’s someone to translate something without words — but used to communicate more and more often — emojis. Here's more about one company that recently hired the world’s first Emoji Translator.

Publish date: 10/31/2017

 
Entrepreneur Advocates for Working From Home

"I'm a great believer in people working from home. I encourage our staff if they want to work from home," the founder of the Virgin empire says.

Publish date: 10/30/2017

 
Trends in Employer Benefits

Employers are becoming more proactive where it concerns employee health, according to recent trends. Because sick employees can mean lost productivity costing businesses almost $225.8 billion annually ($1,685 per employee), employers have been offering employees benefits that might help reduce that amount by encouraging them to get healthy.

Publish date: 10/30/2017

 
We Could All Be Freelancers Within a Decade

A majority of the American workforce will be freelancers within the next few years, according to a recent study released by the online freelance site Upwork and the Freelancers Union.

Publish date: 10/26/2017

 
How to Stay Healthy During Business Travel

Being on the road for work isn’t something every job requires, but for some it may mean spending more time away from the office than sitting in a cubicle. It can be taxing, but there are many things you can do to stay in your best condition.

Publish date: 10/25/2017

 
The Myth of the 15-hour Work Week

What would take an office worker an entire day to complete in 1970 would only take 1.5 hours today thanks to the digital revolution.

Publish date: 10/23/2017

 
As Some States Legalize Marijuana Use, Employers Revisit Drug Policies

As some states begin to legalize marijuana use (medicinal and/or recreational), employers are being forced to re-examine now-antiquated workplace drug policies.

Publish date: 10/23/2017

 
It's Going to be Illegal to Ask about Pay History in this State

A new law designed to help narrow the gender pay gap will go into effect in California starting in January. The salary privacy bill was enacted by California Gov. Jerry Brown on Oct. 12. The law will ban employers in the state from asking about an applicant’s salary history.

Publish date: 10/17/2017

 
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