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How to Write a Killer Cover Letter

According to CareerBuilder, nearly half (49%) of hiring managers say attaching cover letters to applications increases candidates’ chances of getting jobs. You may have the perfect resume and great experience, but do you have a killer cover letter to boot? If not, you need one. Here are six tips for crafting your job-winning cover letter: Customize…
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How to Craft a Killer Resume

A resume is your ticket into your desired job. With so much relying on this essential document, you can’t waste time crafting ineffective work. Instead, try our top six resume tips and churn out a job-winning creation. Six Tips for Resume Creation 1. Avoid Fancy Fonts, Colors, and Templates Using fancy fonts and colors distracts…
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Advice from a “BE Alum”

By: Leah Howard If there has been anything I’ve learned during my time at Braathe Enterprises, it can be boiled down into five words: take initiative and work independently.  If you do not take charge of your precious time and just wait for something to come your way, you’ll be waiting a long while. Connect…
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4 Simple Practices to Have a Productive Day Working From Home

Since the pandemic began, we conduct everything from school to work online, which causes demotivation for most of us. Some may have found staying at home and working online ideal at first, as it removed worries like preparing for and commuting to a job. But after a period of time, those initial excitements gradually faded.…
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The Power of an Effective Routine

Many great men and women—successful people like Steve Jobs and Amanda Steinberg (the founder of DailyWorth)—have one trait in common. They all harness the power of routine. Routines increase productivity and help us achieve the greatness within us—greatness often lost in the clutter of a disorganized lifestyle. Today, let’s talk about the power of an…
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How to Maintain Good Mental Health at Work

Work can cause high stress levels, and the recent pandemic only exacerbated this problem. The American Psychological Association found 67% of surveyed Americans faced heightened stress in 2020. As life shifts and Americans begin a new normal, chronic stress still lingers. Today, I’ll share eleven tips for maintaining your mental health at work—and in general.…
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Mental Health In/Out of the Workplace

The Significance As a society, we’ve made great progress when it comes to talking about and understanding mental health. However, there is always something more that we can do. Although mental health problems have always been present, they’ve become a lot more prevalent and obvious in today’s day in age. Covid-19, social media, television, and…
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Is Freelancing Right for You?

Working a nine-to-five or even part-time job can get monotonous. Thankfully, today, they’re not the only employment options. Freelancers can make a livable wage while gaining coveted job flexibility. Let’s discuss if freelancing is right for you. What is a Freelancer, Anyway? Freelancers are generally independent contractors who perform a variety of services like writing,…
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Radio is Dying

By: Leah Howard Ever since I was a kid, the sounds of the radio have filled my house. My parents are frequent radio listeners, and I sometimes forget that radio is still a form of entertainment, at least until I move back in with them for extended periods of time.  The fact is, however, radio…
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Tips for Successful Interviews

The key to a successful interview is preparing ahead of time. If you’re reading this article, you’re already on the path to a great interaction with your potential employer. Here are seven useful interview tips: Prepare Ahead of Time Before you apply for a job, research the company and ensure you’re a good fit. You…
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