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Ideas for Your Professional New Year’s Resolution List

Posted on December 1, 2020 by

“New Year, New Me!” …It is a cheesy thing to say, sure, but not too far from it becoming a reality. With the new year creeping around the corner, it is about time you start drafting your New Year’s Resolution List (but with a twist). Instead, we suggest you focus on ideas related to your professionalism! It is never too late to start changing up bad habits and trading them in for a much more proactive lifestyle. Here are just […]

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Questions to Ask at The End of An Interview

Posted on November 2, 2020 by

“Do you have any questions or comments for us?” This is what we normally hear right after an interview. Some of us are so nervous we just want it to be over with it and end up responding with, “no, actually! None. Thank you!” But how helpful is that? Having questions prepared before the interview begins to show that you really are invested in landing the job. Instead of answering with a “no” next time, here are the top questions […]

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The Beacon Newsletter October 2020

Posted on October 5, 2020 by

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Steps to Having a Successful Career Path

Posted on October 5, 2020 by

It can be slightly discouraging if you are unsure of your career path. That is why we are here to help you figure it out! The answer to this will not fall on your lap and requires a lot of dedication and time into discovering what you are destined to do. Here are just a few steps into figuring out how you can start having a successful career path now: What Are You Good At? When it comes to skills […]

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Do Not Believe These Hiring Myths

Posted on September 1, 2020 by

Hiring myths can make or break you because it is confusing to distinguish which ones are true and which are not. You want to be able to determine what is false, so you do not miss anything important! Here are just a few hiring myths that we discuss with candidates a lot and it is about time we address them. They Are Not Going to Check Your References They most definitely will. Employers want to know who they are about […]

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How to Manage Stress

Posted on August 5, 2020 by

Stress can be stressful—even thinking about it makes you stressed. It is a feeling that we all commonly experience, but that does not mean we should let it happen every time something goes wrong. We want to learn how to control it so it happens less often or at least find ways to manage it if it cannot be avoided. Here are the best and effective ways to relieve stress: Take a Walk This does not even have to be […]

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The Beacon Newsletter July 2020

Posted on July 1, 2020 by

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Where to Network

Posted on July 1, 2020 by

DISCLAIMER: While the world of networking has mostly shifted to online gatherings due to the coronavirus pandemic, now would be a great time to brush up on ways to network once everyone is able to get back to life as usual. We are all told how important networking is but are sometimes guilty of overlooking how effective it can be for landing our next job. It is all around us and it could be your neighbor, a family friend, your […]

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Common Resume Mistakes

Posted on June 2, 2020 by

Creating your job resume can be difficult and it is not always an easy thing to accomplish. Everyone has their own preferences on what should be added and what should be removed, and it can leave you confused. Then there are also a few unspoken pieces of advice that do not get brought up, but we are here to clear the air. Here are some common resume mistakes you want to make sure to avoid. No Headshot? No Problem Avoid […]

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How to Stay Motivated

Posted on May 7, 2020 by

Staying motivated is often difficult for some of us especially during our laziest days. Little distractions surround us, and it makes it more complicated to focus on things one at a time. To stay motivated, make sure you tackle your tasks and goals for the day, here are a few ways you can prevent yourself from being anything but lazy. Get A Planner Whether you consider yourself a “planner person,” writing down your tasks for the day or the week […]

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