A Handy-Dandy Guide to Email Etiquette

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Ever hit “reply all” on an email you shouldn’t have? Or vice versa? How do you write a formal email without sounding like you have no personality, or altogether too much personality? And what the heck are you supposed to …

By Kaitlin McManus - Vault
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3 Things To Do When You’re Ghosted Post-Job Interview

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Being ‘ghosted’ is a new and unpleasant way of ending a relationship in the digital age. It happens when someone stops responding to your communications. And, painful though it is on a personal level,  it’s also happening regularly in the …

By John Allen - Vault
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Best Practice Social Media Use for Healthcare Professionals

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The March 9, 2020 HospitalRecruiting.com blog described cautionary “Don’ts” regarding physicians use of social media. “Don’ts” are so important that they bear repeating:

Don’t confirm Facebook friend requests from patients.
Don’t violate HIPAA regulations.
Don’t dispense medical advice to patients.
Don’t

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How—and When—to Include Projects on Your Resume (Plus Examples!)

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If you’ve completed a project you’re especially proud of, it’s natural to want to show it off on your resume—and it might even help you land your next job. Projects that potentially belong on your resume can come from your …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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How to Make Your Voice Heard in the Workplace (Especially as a Woman or Minority)

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Have you ever sat silently as a coworker talked for 47 of the 50 minutes allotted for a meeting? Have you mentioned an idea only to be ignored or have someone else say it later and get credit? It can …

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16 Work-From-Home Accessories and Other Things That Make Life a Little Easier (Because We Could All Use Some Help)

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As is true for so many, the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic marked a huge change in my day-to-day life: My tiny 400-square-foot apartment, which had just enough room for a loveseat, a small table, and a folding chair‚ suddenly …

By Rebeca Piccardo - The Muse
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Stuck in a Career Rut? Here’s How to Get Out

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When you’re in a career rut, you feel dull and unproductive. You feel like you’re not growing or progressing. And a career rut can be very difficult to get out of. Fear, lack of confidence, and disbelief in yourself and …

By Natalie Fisher - Vault
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10 Entry-Level Jobs That Actually Pay—Plus Tips on How to Get Them

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The phrase “entry-level” has, in many ways, become synonymous with low pay. But the truth is, “It is not the term ‘entry-level’ that determines salary,” says Linda J. Hollenback, MSEd, a college and career strategist, founder of Hollenback Consulting, and …

By Deanna deBara - The Muse
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How to Add Extracurricular Activities to Your Resume—So They Actually Help Your Job Search

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When you’re writing a resume, your education and past jobs are far from the only things that matter. The truth is, the past experiences and skills that employers care about can come from a number of places. And particularly when …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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What is Ableism? | Confronting Ableism in the Workplace

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Despite the significant number of people living with disability across the U.S.—and the world at large—widespread misconceptions about disability can cause ableist language and behavior to proliferate.

But what is ableism, and how does it play out in the …

By Nisha Kumar Kulkarni - Idealist Careers
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