Author Archives: Jacob Yothment

Businesses Thriving During the Pandemic

Jobs That Are Succeeding During the Pandemic Left and right, businesses are closing their doors as a direct result of the pandemic. Unfortunately, although many businesses are doing everything correctly, the lack of need for what they offer is causing … Continue reading

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How to Ask For the Job During an Interview

Asking For a Job During An Interview During job interviews, we can get very excited to the point where we want to get hired there on the spot. Although you may really want the job, you don’t want to come … Continue reading

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Keep Track of Your Professional Life

Keep Track of Your Professional Life Keep an Updated Resume By Tracking Your Growth When it comes time to polish up your resume for your job interviews, it can be hard to remember everything that you should include. It can … Continue reading

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How to Find Normalcy During the Pandemic

How to Keep Life Normal Even in Difficult Times The pandemic has been going on for more than six months, and most of us have just about lost our minds. It’s getting harder and harder to remember what life was … Continue reading

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New Job in 2020: Remote Worker Supervisor

How to Find Work as a Remote Worker Supervisor During the pandemic, tons of people began working remotely as their offices became unsafe due to the threat of the coronavirus. As a result, companies now need to figure out how … Continue reading

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Is it Safe to Ride Public Transportation Again?

Commuting to Work: Returning to Buses and Subways Although jobs are starting to return little by little, the fear of being infected with the coronavirus is still keeping many people from riding public transportation including buses and subways. However, a … Continue reading

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Make the World Your Home Office!

Why Work From Home When You Can Work Anywhere? If you are still working during the pandemic, there’s a chance that you are now working from home. Even though your pets and roommates are probably ecstatic to spend more time … Continue reading

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Open Networks are the Key to Career Success

Expanding Your Network is the Best Way to Succeed If you work in marketing, your connections on LinkedIn are probably almost all fellow marketers with a few outliers sprinkled in. When you think about some of the most successful individuals … Continue reading

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Five Habits That Can Change Your Job Hunt

Behavior That Can Help Your Job Search Your actions and your mentality are two of your biggest tools when it comes to both your job hunt and your overall professionalism. A wrong move and a bad attitude can lead to … Continue reading

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How to Balance Full-Time Work and Full-Time School

Working and Going to School: Can You do Both? During my senior year of college, I was taking five courses, I was the editor-in-chief of my college newspaper and I was working 40 hours a week. From personal experience, I … Continue reading

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