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Get One Step Closer To Your Dream Job

Finding that dream job opening. Getting a chance to interview. Receiving an offer. It’s every career woman’s dream. Every employee’s struggle. Every unemployed person’s ultimate goal. Unfortunately, it often seems impossible. Job hunting can be more than a little lonely. Sure, you know you’re not the only one (after all, 1 out of 2 new […]

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Are You Prepared for Your Next Job?

he one constant in most careers is that things change. Industries rise and fall. Positions are created and then eliminated. People move, people don’t get along, and opportunities change. The odds that you will have the exact same job from the moment you enter the job force until the moment you exit is almost impossible. […]

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How to Speak Up in Difficult Situations

For as long as I can remember I’ve been a loudmouth around the people I trust and, until recently, a sensitive, shy girl in the company of those with whom I don’t feel 100 percent comfortable. The key difference lies in whether I judge an interaction as safe and supportive or high-stakes, with the potential […]

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How Saying NO Can Get You A Raise

Moxy talked to Jim Camp via email to get some tips for our readers on negotiating a pay raise. His biggest tip may surprise you. Camp is president and CEO of The Camp Negotiation Institute and a renowned negotiation coach to businesses and governments worldwide. He is author of The Power of NO, a 6-CD […]

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