Having a “can-do”, “never-quit” mindset can help you reach your goals and soar to incredible heights in your career. However, it can be incredibly easy to work yourself into the ground. The physical, mental, and emotional issues that stem from overworking can have real consequences, but it can be difficult to break the habit.
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Getting rejected after a job interview can be disheartening, but not hearing back at all can be downright maddening. Whether you’re expecting to hear back or not, it can be very frustrating to be left wondering if the employer is still interested in you. It’s actually fairly common not to hear back after applying for a job you find online or even exchanging preliminary emails with a recruiter, but it’s rare to find out why.
February is Heart Month and is also when we celebrate Valentines Day, shining the spotlight on all things matters of the heart. Something that affects all of us but which we rarely discuss is the delicate balance of personal (especially romantic) relationships and our careers.
You’re likely well aware of how emotionally taxing the job search process can be, but there may also be financial consequences, some of which are more obvious than others. For example, there’s the cost of your time, interview clothes, potentially travel costs, but also other stuff like childcare. This Career Contessa article unpacks the different factors to consider.
When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, we usually think of things like “lose weight” or “eat healthier” or “save money.” How about focusing on your career in the year ahead? And no, mid-January isn’t too late to set a New Year’s resolution for the New Year! Honestly, it’s never too late to set a resolution, but the start of a new calendar year is appealing because of its fresh-start energy.