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4 Ways Mr. Rogers Forged Deep Relationships With Everyone He Met:




If you think your job is pointless, it probably is - "Professional scotch taper" for the President?:


Earlier this week, Politico published a bonkers story about Solomon Lartey and Reginald Young Jr., two former "records management analysts" in the White House whose $65,000-a-year jobs entailed preserving ...


How to Find Out If Your Company Pays Men and Women Equally--And What to Do Next:




This 95-Year Stanford Study Reveals 1 Secret to Living a Longer, More Fulfilling Life:




Women Are Interrupted Twice as Often as Men in Meetings. Here Are 7 Tips to Have Your Voice Heard:




America is unprepared for the "jobs apocalypse" automation will bring:


In coming years, U.S. workers, especially low skilled, low wage workers, are set to face a major economic disruption as automation and the robotic revolution are expected to replace millions of ...


'Factfulness: Ten Reasons We're Wrong About the World--and Why Things Are Better Than You Think' :


"One of the most important books I've ever read--an indispensable guide to thinking clearly about the world." - Bill Gates "Hans Rosling tells the story of 'the secret silent miracle of human progress' ...


These 5 time-wasters are killing your job search:




9 "Future-Proof" Careers, According To The World's Largest Job Site:


The automation of jobs has many advantages, like increased productivity. However, the main disadvantage is that people are concerned their careers may become obsolete in the next few decades. A recent ...


It's Not Liberal Arts And Literature Majors Who Are Most Underemployed:




Use These Five Tricks To Never Forget Something Important Again:


"We all have a good memory; the problem is no one taught us how to use it," says four-time USA Memory Champion Nelson Dellis. By Stephanie Vozza https://www.fastcompany.com/40524058/use-these-five-tricks-to-never-forget-something-important-again?utm_source=postup&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Fast%20Company%20Daily&position=8&partner=newsletter&campaign_date=05292018 ...


5 Proven Techniques That Will Make You a Fearless Public Speaker:




What advice do you wish you'd gotten when you graduated from college? 25 TED speakers answer.:




What a difference a word can make: How a single word can change your conversation:


British psychologist Elizabeth Stokoe studies the patterns in talk that most of us don't even notice. She explains how her research can be used to train people to interact more effectively. Elizabeth ...


Use this one-paragraph cover letter to land your next job interview:




Pilot-hungry airlines are raiding flight schools — creating a shortage of instructors to train the next generation:


Airlines' insatiable demand for pilots threatens to sabotage flight schools' ability to train new ones. Carriers are raising wages and hoarding every available pilot -- including the instructors schools ...


America doesn't have enough truckers, and it's starting to cause prices of about everything to rise:


Joyce Brenny, chief executive of Brenny Transportation in Minnesota, gave her truck drivers a 15 percent raise this year, but she still can't find enough workers for a job that now pays $80,000 a year. A ...


4 Questions you Should Ask Your Potential Employer:


Quirky workplace perks, like indoor putting greens and free popcorn in the break room, might drive some millennials to jump at taking a job. But the basics, like what's the match on the 401(k), will ...


8 Ways To Test The Depth Of A Startup Before Joining:


Every startup founder loves to prompt for questions from investors and potential key team members about their vision, and the huge opportunity that can be had with their disruptive technology. Yet if ...


MIT Professor: To Be Happier and More Productive, Spend 30 Minutes Each Day 'Wasting Time':




5 ways you can use visualization to achieve top performance:


I've always been afraid of water. To confront those fears, I decided to learn how to scuba dive, even before I learned how to swim! I would need to use visualization to achieve top performance if I hoped ...


Why introverts might actually be better networkers:


"I'm an introvert," someone inevitably tells me when I speak about building a professional network. "Networking is just not for me." These people assume networking belongs solely in the domain of the ...


A College Degree May be Losing Its Luster with Companies Hiring Requirements:


Employers like EY and IBM are now hiring workers without college degrees Companies often use a bachelor's degree requirement as shorthand for a variety of soft skills. But the tight labor market is ...


Feeling Burned Out? Here Are 3 Things That Can Help:


Talk to someone "What we found is that people's health, well-being, everything in life, is way better if you're connected with other people," she said. "That social network, that each of you have each ...


Blue Sky Science: Why can people eat same diet or take same medicine and have different outcomes?:


This is a question scientists are still trying to figure out. We know that it has to do with the specific genetic makeup, and everyone has slight differences in metabolism. Much like how people have ...


This is what work will be like for the class of 2018:




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Montana Career Opportunity - Rural Development Specialist - Rural Community Assistance Corporation:


This is the Rural Community Assistance Economic Development Specialist position that is currently open. If you have anyone who you think would be interested in this position please feel free to forward ...


Turn a phone interview into a great opportunity:


Here are some strategies to use that will help increase your chances of moving the interview to a face-to-face meeting. By Kim Thompson https://blog.sfgate.com/gettowork/2018/04/26/turn-a-phone-interview-into-a-great-opportunity/ ...

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