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THE ROUND-UP – March 4th, 2019

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This week we have articles on early career advice, midlife career changes, resume writing, increasing productivity and losing friends at work.


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Powerful Career Advice For Women Who Are Early In Their Careers

What is some powerful career advice for women who are just starting out? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Brittany No’el Packnett, Co-Founder, Campaign Zero & Vice President,Teach For America, on Quora: People ask me for career advice often.

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4 Reasons Why Older People Should Make a Career Change

Are you 40 or older and figure the window for career change has passed you by? If so, you’re figuring wrong. Career change is possible regardless of your age, and-in fact-mid-life can be a perfect time to make the jump. Here are four reasons why.

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Here’s what your resume should look like for 2019 – Learn

The first step to landing your dream job is to create a stand-out resume. In this article, a recruitment specialist shares his top tips for impressing recruiters and landing your dream job. We show you exactly how your resume should look in 2019, and make it easy to create your own with customizable resume templates.

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4 Things You Must Stop Doing to Increase Your Productivity! – StyleDispatch

Ever find yourself sitting at your desk at 5pm wondering how you still have so much left to do? A few extra minutes checking social media and one trip too many to the common area for a cup of coffee, and the day’s pretty much over without much to show for it.

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When a Promotion Means Losing Friends at Work

Many new managers discover a downside to moving up: Colleagues who used to be their friends aren’t anymore. Here’s how to navigate the changing social dynamic at work.

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Chris Kidd is the owner of StyleCareers.com, StylePortfolios.com, StyleDispatch.com, FashionCareerFairs.com and MayoroftheMall.com.