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It’s important to have someone at work to voice your concerns to. Someone who can guide you, answer your questions about career growth, and provide advice from a perspective that is not actively managing you at the same time. Mentors are powerful guides in any career no matter the industry, but finding a mentor might not always… Read more »

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Onboarding a new employee seems like a simple enough thing, but the modern workforce expects more than a cold and templatized onboarding process. They want to know that they were hired with the intention of being welcomed into a new company, and that takes a certain degree of personalization. To make sure your new employees… Read more »

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Contemplating if you’re a good fit for a security analyst role? Here’s what you need to know from the educational and training requirements to what skills you’ll need to succeed in the role.   Job Outlook and Educational Requirements   Security Analysts have the luxury of a rapidly expanding industry. According to the Bureau of Labor… Read more »

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Career satisfaction depends on many things. Your salary, your working hours, and your coworkers all play a heavy hand in whether or not you are happy to work where you work. It’s essential to recognize that your happiness at work greatly influences your general happiness. With that in mind, it’s critical that you invest in finding a… Read more »

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Similar in nature to the field of civil engineering, structural engineering is an interesting and dynamic industry to explore. This job requires technical expertise, a complex understanding of structures and built environments. It builds off the technical and analytical skills that engineers of all industries require to succeed. It also rewards those with strong interpersonal… Read more »

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Unfortunately, employee burnout is all too common in some industries, which can potentially lead to disastrous effects for both those employees and their businesses alike. Burnout reduces productivity, it ruins morale, and it inevitably increases turnover rates. It is providing employees with a healthy work-life balance that they need to stay engaged and productive on… Read more »

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Both employees and employers worry about job-hopping and job-hoppers. And there’s a good reason. High turnover rates for a company can be very damaging to the business or even team morale. However, from an employee’s perspective, there can be a lot to be gained by not staying in any one position too long. Sometimes, it’s… Read more »

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If you are either a student or an established professional looking to change gears, there’s a possibility that nuclear energy has caught your eye. The energy industry at large has experienced some exciting disruption over the past decade or two, making energy an exciting space to grow your career in. Nuclear power, in general, is… Read more »

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Everyone’s experience is different during their careers, and a gap in employment isn’t really that unusual, but that doesn’t mean employers won’t ask about it. This is how you can handle this topic in an interview.  Be Honest and Upfront About Your History  While it can be difficult to sugar coat a firing to a… Read more »

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A new year means new technology/programming advancements. If you’re in the tech industry, it is essential to know what to expect this coming year so you can set your team up for success. 1. Breakthrough for Rust  Rust is a less well-known programing language focused on safety and safe concurrency. It’s syntactically similar to C++. Still, a… Read more »