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When you have a job you love, you're not only excited to go to work each day, but you are more motivated and productive. A study at the University of Warwick found that when you're happy in the workplace, it increases your productivity by 12%....

For many of us, the classic 9-5 job life at the office is alluring:
  • you have your evenings and weekends free
  • you get to leave work and go home when the five o’clock rolls around
  • the job comes with vacation, holiday, and health benefits
  • and a paycheck
However, this working style can be stressful if it’s not the right fit for you. Here are some things to watch for to indicate that you might need a different type of working environment: job

Many of you will probably agree, that writing resumes is no fun. It’s time-consuming, and in many cases, seems like a futile effort when you just keep getting rejection emails or don’t get a call for the job. The good news though, is that with a bit of focus on your resume and how you craft it, you can start expecting to get more callbacks and actually get noticed and not just sent to the discard pile. resume

Whether you have recently resigned, or you're simply coming to the end of your job contract, leaving a workplace comes with a few formalities you should be aware of. One of those is often the exit interview.  And while you may not be interested in talking too much about your looming last day of work, there are several reasons why the exit interview is important. exit interview

Job security depends largely on your ability to become an invaluable employee within your organization. When you become a key player, you’ll be sure to be included in the company in the long run. Staying on board and advancing your career is easy to do when you follow a few key behaviors that will get you noticed by the higher-ups in your company. Here’s how to become an indispensable asset at work: employee