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Curated career advice and job search trends from around the web for the week of July 7th, 2022…

The rise of the ‘belief-driven’ employee

With the widespread shift from office to home working, the line between people’s personal and professional lives has become more blurred than ever. Image: Unsplash/ Annie Spratt Senior Writer, Formative Content Stay up to date: Workforce and Employment Follow Those leaving want shared values and better lifestyles fit, more than higher pay.

How interview questions are changing in 2022

The Great Resignation, a return to the office, and a renewed focus on DEI are shaping what you’ll be asked in your next interview.

The job market is still hot – for now

Workers continue to benefit from a hot job market characterized by near-record demand for their labor, which has translated to ample choice and higher pay. However, there are signs of a slowdown in some industries and Federal Reserve policy could dampen the good times for workers.

Coaching Your Boss

By John Baldoni. Some of managing up involves coaching. While coaching is typically given from manager to employee, the reverse can occur. Just as you strive to manage expectations, you can strive to manage feedback. Bosses deserve feedback from employees too. Many bosses may not realize this, but a self-motivated, leadership-oriented employee can advise them.

Fed-up managers declare WFH is over

With COVID-19 cases still on the decline, most managers say they’re willing to play hardball to get workers back at their desks. They’d even fire you or cut your pay.

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