Knowing what type of job you’re looking for is a great first step to a successful job search. So how about when you start digging into the process of sorting through job postings and deciphering which jobs to apply to? It can be overwhelming, especially when job postings aren’t crystal clear in their details about required experience or what the on-the-job responsibilities will be.
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As we get into the middle of January, many of us have been working towards keeping the resolution we set on the first. If you’re not feeling yours or think a better focus might serve you better this year, it’s not too late to change course. It’s never too late, of course! To help give you some ideas as to what resolutions to set for your professional life, the folks at Monster came up with lists of the best New Year’s resolutions, broken down by decades.
While we often default to weight loss and fitness when it comes to New Years resolutions, the beginning of a calendar year is also a great time to reassess our work habits. Having a good system in place for how we handle our day-to-day tasks also helps us work towards those bigger goals. Smartphone apps can give us a major boost as we streamline our day.
As the semester winds down, it can be hard to balance work with life and school. Final exams and extra social and family obligations can be overwhelming. It’s totally normal to feel stressed, but when we don’t take steps to manage the stress in our life, it can make us feel worse by impacting our physical and mental health and even disrupt sleep and appetite. What to do?
As we get into the holiday season and the end of the semester looms, stress levels can soar. Trying to balance deadlines at work and school with social and family obligations can get to the best of us. Aside from impacting our mood, energy, and appetite, stress can also mess with our sleep patterns.