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Career Corner: Money for Moving
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Career Corner: Money for Moving

It’s becoming more and more common. While we’re stuck at home, corporate employees are starting to find alternative working locations. For some, it’s been their vacation home. For others, out of state family has been a good option. But, a third option is emerging. Some employees are moving to a new city or state altogether….

Career Corner: Career Change During COVID-19
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Career Corner: Career Change During COVID-19

If you’ve found yourself out of work because of COVID-19, you are likely searching for something new. You may be doing some soul searching. You want to figure out what you should have been, or what you’d like to be in the future. You may even wonder if you’re living in the right city. I’m…

Career Corner: Better Times Are Ahead
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Career Corner: Better Times Are Ahead

By Angela Copeland A friend said something to me this weekend that took me by surprise. They said, “Better times are ahead of us.” What took me by surprise was less the statement than my own reaction to it. In the moment that it was said, I had a realization as to just how tough…

Career Corner: How Much Do You Make?
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Career Corner: How Much Do You Make?

One of the hardest parts of the job interview process comes in the form of a very simple question: “How much do you make?” The question typically comes up in the first screening call with the human resources recruiter. It is also asked on the online job application. The problem is that answering the question…

Career Corner: BLM in the Workplace
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Career Corner: BLM in the Workplace

By Angela Copeland The last three months have been heavy, really heavy, and now, here we are. Things are heavier. But, unlike COVID-19, racial issues have been there all along. They aren’t new but some of us have had the luxury not to think about them every day. I saw a notable quote this week…

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