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Curated career advice from around the web for the week of February 7th, 2022

These 4 mistakes can send your résumé to spam

You may be highly qualified and have a beautiful résumé, but if you make these common mistakes, you may not make it to the next round.

8 Tips for Coping With Work-Related Anxiety

Does your stomach clench or get flooded with butterflies when you’re facing a looming work deadline? Do you fret at your desk over an upcoming performance review? If you have to give a PowerPoint presentation to a client or co-workers, do you become so filled with anxiety that you find it hard to concentrate on your tasks?

5 Ways To Deal With Feeling Lonely And Isolated At Work

When I first moved to New York, I worked in a fancy, downtown office with floor-to-ceiling windows that offered amazing views of the sprawling cityscape. There were more than 200 people working on my floor and I couldn’t wait to get to know my new colleagues.

Reentering the Workforce after break: CoveyClub Reinvention for Women

After 18 years as a stay-at-home mom, Elizabeth Gish decided she wanted to re-enter the workforce but she wasn’t sure how to begin looking for a job. Despite having spent four years as a Wall Street investment banker, two as a fixed income trader, and holding an MBA from the University of Denver, Gish worried she lacked the necessary skills for today’s workplace.

4 Things You Must Do Before You E-Meet A New Client Or Coworker

Most meetings and networking opportunities today happen online. And even when the worst of Covid-19 is behind us (let it be soon), we’ll likely continue making lots of e-connections. When you’re about to meet someone new, there are some things you need to do so you can make a real and meaningful connection when you do connect digitally.

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