While the job search can sometimes feel like its “hurry up and wait” after submitting an application for a position, sometimes you hear back much sooner than anticipated. Not having a ton of notice an interview doesn’t mean that you can show up unprepared, though. The good news is that there’s no need to panic.
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If you can’t remember the last time you spent a waking hour without looking at your phone, tablet, or computer screen, chances are you could use a little help unplugging. The idea of going cold-turkey may seem overwhelming (or downright impossible), but unplugging in smaller ways to reduce your screentime to only what you need can go a long way.
If you’re a parent with kids home on summer break, whether or not you work from home or are taking any classes, then you know there often needs to be some adjustment. Worried about how you’re going to still get your work done? In this article for Fast Company, author Lisa Evans interviewed parents about their productivity hacks.
While the summer is a great time to slow down and recharge, it can also be a great time to further your education and enhance your career. The College of Westchester (CW) offers several summertime opportunities for students to take advantage of.
Your first full-time “real” job after school or an internship is incredibly exciting and something to be proud of. You’ve earned that position, and you want to make sure to live up to your potential. As you prepare to step into your new role, you want to make sure you break any bad habits leftover from your rookie days like a messy desk or small but easily avoidable mistakes that won’t fly anymore.