Category: Career Tips

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TIPS ON HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT JOB FOR YOU: LINKEDIN

Have you been searching the web daily trying to find the right job for you? Well you have come to the right place for acquiring some tips on how to do it effectively and efficiently.  One platform that is excellent when it comes to starting your career is LinkedIn. This platform allows you to grow…
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Outplacement Services To Find Your Former Employees The Job They Desire and Deserve

At Career Service Station, we have worked with IT, Healthcare, Hospitality and Retail companies to help them steer people in the right direction when they have been downsized or are looking for new opportunties. From resume writing to LinkedIn profiles, from connection making to cover letter writing, we offer a variety of a la carte…
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THE POWER OF THE MIND

Modern societies are developing so fast that we forget the importance of the mind in our daily lives. Anxiety took a major place in our routine, impacting workers as well as students. A lot of programs have been put in place to help deal with those stressful moments driven by the tasks we need to…
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A Brief Introduction to Public Finance

Public finance is a term used for finances managed by the government and other government-affiliated organizations. It keeps an eye on the roles and responsibilities of the government towards the country’s economy. The country’s revenue, debts, and expenditures are monitored under public finance. Key Elements of Public FinancePublic finance is a broader niche that includes…
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Tips to Stay Grounded Amidst the Holiday Chaos (Part 2)

Last week I discussed two tips that I found helpful for staying grounded during the end of the semester, and holiday seasons. As we step into this new year, I realized how beneficial these tips can be during a time of vast change. Whenever the year restarts, a lot of individuals take this time to…
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Tips to Stay Grounded Amidst the Holiday Chaos (Part 1)

By: Jasmine Riggs As I continue to embrace young adulthood, I recognize how overwhelming life can be. Especially as the last quarter of the year plays out, I notice fatigue growing. It is almost daunting thinking about all the tasks that need completion and maintaining a sense of grounding. I found myself spiraling and drowning…
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How To Navigate Political Differences in the Workplace

By: Ranneme Abu-Hajar It’s not shocking that the United States is still struggling with political polarization after the 2020 election with over 80% of Democrats, over 70% of Independents, and almost 70% of Republicans all agreeing that the nation is divided. Both sides of the political spectrum were also divided on the impact former President…
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Differing Opinions in the Workplace

I’ve had many opportunities to participate in broad discussions about the ever-changing landscape of the American workforce during my internship with Braathe Enterprises. Robert delved into the topic of managing conflict both in the classroom and the workplace during a recent meeting. It’s a common misconception that most, if not all conflict is bad, especially…
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Informational Interviewing 101

When people are intimidated by the thought of informational interviews, it’s likely that they have a misunderstanding of what they’re supposed to be used for. Although they are referred to as interviews, informational interviews or other forms of networking are not intended to lead directly to jobs. Instead, they serve to connect people with similar…
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Resume Writing in Saratoga Springs (or A Day In the Life of a Resume Writer)

I’ve lived in Saratoga Springs since 2008, and although the days often may seem the same, I’ve found the 13+ years I’ve lived here to be among my most productive and enjoyable. Whether it be my favorite breakfast sandwich, the Avocado Egg and Cheese on an English Muffin I have a few days a week…
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